Jennifer Schramm

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  • J Schramm
  • Acta neurochirurgica. Supplement
  • 1997
The situation of training neurosurgeons in Germany is reviewed taking into consideration the current figures of finished residencies, the development in the number of training neurosurgical units in Germany, and the personnel and structure of a neurosurgery unit allowed to train. The jurisdiction for specialist training as well as typical problems(More)
  • J Schramm
  • Acta neurochirurgica. Supplement
  • 1997
This paper tries to approach a difficult problem, namely how to deal with a resident who has failed to meet the internal standards of a residency training program. First the problems of the definition of a standard and the associated problems of its reproducibility, documentation, teaching, update, and internal variability inside the same teaching program(More)
In response to requests from some component states' newsletter editors, the following article should provide assistance in boosting the image of component state associations' newsletters. It is recognized that each state association has a different budget, staff size and time allotment to produce newsletters. Therefore in order to limit the scope,(More)
PIs: R. Malone, J. Drake, Site-Contacts: C. Ding, S. Ghan, P. Cameron-Smith, J. Taylor, W. Collins, W. Washington, S.-J. Lin, Co-PIs: J. Baumgardner, T. Bettge, L. Buja, S. Chu, T. Craig, P. Duffy, J. Dukowicz, S. Elliot, D. Erickson, M. Ham, Y. He, F. Hoffman, E. Hunke, R. Jacob, P. Jones, J. Larson, J. Lamarque, W. Lipscomb, M. Maltrud, D. McKenna, A.(More)
New Internet and Web-based technology applications have meant significant cost and time efficiencies to many American businesses. However, many employers have not yet fully grasped the impact of these new information and communication technologies on applicants and employees with certain disabilities such as vision impairments, hearing problems or limited(More)