Claude Desjardins

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CONTEXT The United States lacks timely reliable mechanisms for assessing the professional work of subspecialty physicians. OBJECTIVE The aim was to use early-career members of The Endocrine Society as a model to estimate subspecialty physician involvement in patient care, teaching, research, and administration among clinical, academic, federal, and(More)
The proposal to produce this final commemorative issue for the Journal of Andrology arose during our regular discussions as current editors soon after it was announced that the Journal would complete its own life course and merge into a new publication (to be named Andrology) with the International Journal of Andrology. We considered the momentous (More)
Atlanta GA to defray the cost of producing and managing a web-based survey, and in part by the Cornell The ACR exercised no role in the design or analysis of this study, nor in the decision to publish the findings. The contents of this article are solely attributable to the authors, and do not reflect the views of ACR, any of its officers, or staff.(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the workforce and workplace in rheumatology, and the research work of early-career rheumatologists. METHODS Early-career rheumatologists were defined as practicing physicians who joined the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) in 1991-2005, were 49 years of age or younger when they joined, and reside in North America. This cohort(More)
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