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Authors Kennedy GD
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Journal Clin Colon Rectal Surg Volume: 27 Issue: 2 Pages: 43-7
Publish Date 2014 Jun
PubMed ID 25067916
PMC ID 4078210
Abstract

To succeed in academic surgery in the current era, it is important that a surgeon brings a unique attribute that enhances the mission of the institution beyond the scope of surgical mastery and relative value units (RVUs). Given the increasing pressure on a surgeon to produce RVUs, how can a prospective surgical scientist successfully develop and maintain a research program? The establishment of a successful research program requires planning that begins in surgical residency and careful decision making along the way with clear focus of goals. This article will provide insight into the steps to consider along the way as you work to establish your successful research program.

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