Finding an Academic Position After Residency
Demystifying the process of the critical transition from trainee to academic physician is an important goal in efforts to attract and retain talent in academic medical centers. Providing you with knowledge, skills, and resources that allow for informed decision-making when pursuing a position in academic medicine may help you gain greater self-efficacy towards obtaining an academic physician job. In this chapter, information about finding an academic position after residency is provided along with important considerations for selecting an academic position and preparing for successful academic career progression and promotion.
KeywordsAcademic position Academic medicine Residency Academic physician Academic medical centers Career
- 5.AAMC U.S. Medical School Faculty. Table 9–11. https://www.aamc.org/data/facultyroster/reports/494946/usmsf18.html Accessed on 25 April 2019.
- 6.Zhang L, Lee E, Kenworthy C, Chiang S, Holaday L, Spencer D, Poll-Hunter N, Sánchez JP. Southeast and East Asian medical students’ perceptions of careers in academic medicine. J Career Dev. 2017;46:089484531774022.Google Scholar
- 10.Analysis in Brief, volume 16, no. 6, December, 2016. Faculty diversity in medical schools: progress and gaps coexist. Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC. Accessed 11/15/18.Google Scholar
- 11.Analysis in Brief, volume 15, no. 5, May 2015. “The redistribution of tenure tracks for US Medical School Faculty: Clinical MD Faculty (Part 1). Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC. Accessed 8/11/19.Google Scholar
- 13.Sanchez NF, Callahan E, Brewster C, Poll N, Sanchez JP. Mentoring LGBT health professional trainees. LGBT Health, 2018.Google Scholar
- 15.Beyond the Exam Room. http://www.beyondtheexamroom.co/dr-bonnie-mason.