By Robert B. Taylor MD (auth.)
Robert B. Taylor, MD, has edited this ebook that introduces physicians and clinicians to an instructional occupation within the healthiness professions. Written from the clinician’s point of view, it publications readers who're contemplating or who've lately embarked upon one of these profession throughout the necessities. Taylor’s procedure is sensible and good rounded. He integrates evidence-based info from the scientific literature with anecdotes from individuals famous for his or her good fortune in a spectrum of disciplines at most sensible educational clinical facilities. Taylor addresses the profession decision-making strategy, activity looking, and existence in academia. He additionally makes a speciality of abilities for success—from instructing to furnish writing. recommendation on scientific perform, occupation administration, and the work/life stability is ample. The ebook dispels universal myths and descriptions mistakes to prevent. changes in expectancies and tradition between instructing hospitals, scientific faculties, and educational clinical facilities are thought of all through. assets for additional information are supplied as well.
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A better comparison is to look at salary offers from various jobs available at the time you are applying for a position—not what was true 18–24 months ago. Also, total salary comparisons with private practice and among academic institutions cannot account for the intangibles—fringe beneﬁts, facilities provided by the institution, and potential for outside income—available to the academic clinician. ACADEMIC COMPENSATION: GETTING PAID FOR WHAT YOU DO 37 Academic Salaries: X, Y, and Z Academic salaries are often described in terms of X, Y, and Z, often expressed as fractions of FTE.
I’m on tenure track and so there is the pressure of getting grants and publishing. m. ” (Yes, this response seems at odds with the third myth described above. ) “Life is more structured with dedicated teaching and research time. ” “I read more yet still feel like I never quite know my ﬁeld as well as I should. ” “I’ve spent all of my professional life in academic medicine. As I’ve learned how things work in the academic environment, I’ve had an easier time knowing how to react. But the overall attraction of creating a learning environment has been a constant.
Also while raising young children, women might take a career hiatus, followed by the inevitably painful reentry and an effort to catch up. 12 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN ACADEMIC CAREERS 41 Of the respondents, there were 168 men and 149 women. The researchers found gender differences in academic rank, tenure status, career aspirations, and income. 001). The authors concluded that being married or a parent did not inﬂuence the number of publications for the women. In the study, overall career satisfaction was reported as high, but women were more likely than men to report feeling isolated from their surgical colleagues.
Academic Medicine: A Guide for Clinicians by Robert B. Taylor MD (auth.)