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Engagement, workplace satisfaction, and retention of surgical specialists in academic medicine in the United States.
BACKGROUND Academic medical centers strive for clinical excellence with operational efficiency and financial solvency, which requires institutions to retain productive and skillful surgicalExpand
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Time Well Spent: The Association Between Time and Effort Allocation and Intent to Leave Among Clinical Faculty
Purpose To explore the relationship between clinical faculty members’ time/effort in four mission areas, their assessment of the distribution of that time/effort, and their intent to leave theExpand
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Does formal mentoring for faculty members matter? A survey of clinical faculty members
Mentoring relationships, for all medical school faculty members, are an important component of lifelong development and education, yet an understanding of mentoring among medical school clinicalExpand
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Leadership Development Programs at Academic Health Centers: Results of a National Survey
Purpose To identify the prevalence and characteristics of faculty leadership development programs (LDPs) offered by North American academic health centers (AHCs) and to uncover gaps in leadershipExpand
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Characteristics, Satisfaction, and Engagement of Part-Time Faculty at U.S. Medical Schools
Purpose To describe the demographics of part-time faculty at U.S. medical schools and to examine their satisfaction with and perceptions of their workplace. Method Faculty from 14  Liaison CommitteeExpand
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Characteristics of Faculty at Risk of Leaving Their Medical Schools: An Analysis of the StandPoint™ Faculty Engagement Survey
Purpose This study seeks to identify the characteristics and attitudes of faculty in US medical colleges who are at risk of leaving their institution. Methods This research leverages data from theExpand
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Challenges in Academic Obstetrics and Gynecology Departments
OBJECTIVE: In 2011, the Association of American Medical Colleges conducted a multicenter survey to assess faculty satisfaction, engagement, and retention. This subanalysis describes the perceptionsExpand
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Sex Differences in Workplace Satisfaction and Engagement of Academic Pathologists: Opportunities to Enhance Faculty Diversity.
CONTEXT There is attrition of women across professorial ranks in academic pathology. Women are underrepresented as leaders; 15.4% of academic pathology departments are chaired by women, according toExpand
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