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Retrospective study of medical student scholarship and career trajectory following a mentored preclinical cardiovascular summer research fellowship

Between the first and second years, the Cardiovascular Research Institute of Vermont established a cardiovascular summer research fellowship, wherein medical student awardees were selected by merit-based application and completed mentored research. paraphrasedoutput:Design Retrospective survey findings (SRF) Participants from 2015 to 2020 were interviewed to determine the organization's current position, research participation, and perspectives regarding SRF participation. Conclusion Medical students completing a mentored cardiovascular SRF after their first year had a high success in additional research projects during school separation from the SRF, 90% envisaged a career in academia, and 75% wanted to pursue a career in cardiovascular medicine.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-059629


Sexual and gender minority identity in undergraduate medical education: Impact on experience and career trajectory

The present study sought to quantify the danger of mistreatment in SGM trainees as well as general perspectives on SGM employee acceptance across medical and surgical specialties. This was a cross-sectional survey of all actively enrolling medical students within the six University of California campuses as of March 2021. Differences between SGM and non-SGM consumers were determined using two-tailed and chi-square assessments. When asked about being harassed by other students and considering suicide, SGM trainees received higher slider scale scores. Compared to all other specialties, general surgery and surgical subspecialties had the lowest mean slider scale score in perceived acceptance of SGM identities. In addition, 67% of SGM students were concerned that disclosing of information could hurt their future employment, with 18. 5% choosing not to reveal during the residency application process.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/dd69212d4b4a44fd9dbb71893f888d7a


Is Project Management Still an Accidental Profession? A Qualitative Study of Career Trajectory

Professional project managers do not intend to be project managers, but they do not intend to be project managers, but the profession has u201cfallen into'u201d. ' This report provides a theoretical framework for project manager career paths, which may have ramifications for project management education and mentoring, and it contributes to the increasing literature on the accidental occupation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244015572098


Career Trajectory of Physicians Following a Fellowship Program: A Descriptive Study

Introduction An Israeli physician's first choice has been a clinical and/or research fellowship abroad. However, the impact of fellowship programs on the career path is uncertain. We investigated the role of physicians returning from fellowship in the organizational hierarchy and their academic and academic positions. Methods This was a retrospective, descriptive, cross-sectional analysis of physicians who completed a survey after achieving a fellowship. The questionnaire contained questions regarding physicians' participation in the program, policies, u2019 details, and the physicians' current academic, professional, and administrative status. Additional details regarding scientific journals were also obtained. 102 responded, out of a total of 106 doctors who had been surveyed. Discussion of the program's subjective findings The study's findings found that attending a fellowship program had a positive effect on their careers. Objectively, the success of a fellowship program encouraged the studied physicians to become scholars, senior executives, and opinion leaders in their respective fields.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5041/RMMJ.10432


Sexual and gender minority identity in undergraduate medical education: Impact on experience and career trajectory.

Introduction The wellbeing of sexual and gender minor medical students' careers as well as the effect of their work choices remain poorly understood. The present study sought to investigate the incidence of mistreatment in SGM trainees as well as general remarks on the acceptance of SGM workers in various medical and surgical specialties. This was a cross sectional survey of all actively enrolled medical students within the six University of California campuses that were completed in March 2021. When asked about being mocked by other students and considering suicide, SGM trainees scored higher slider scale scores. The lowest mean slider scale score in perceived acceptance of SGM identities was lowest among all other specialties, general surgery, and surgical subspecialties' lowest mean slider scale scores. In addition, 67. 0% of SGM students were concerned that the information of identity might influence their future employment, with 18. 5% opting not to reveal during the residency application process.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0260387

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