Ethical Issues: Ethical Research
Fleming, David A.
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In academic medicine we are ruled by many masters—the need to see patients, the expectations of teaching, the desire (and expectation) to advance our careers through scholarship and research, and the ever present specter created by a never ending stream of committee/staff/faculty meetings, the agendas of which seem to have a life of their own. For those choosing academic life as a practicing physician, in order to compete and to advance, one must develop a strong resume`, which requires a commitment to good scholarship as well as good doctoring—this means creating, writing about, and teaching the service oriented knowledge and skills that encourage evidence based medicine.
Ethical Issues Series;Dec. 2004
Center for Health Ethics publications