On preventing the extinction of the physician-scientist in pediatric pulmonology

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Abstract

While the founders of Pediatric Pulmonology recognized the necessity of research as a vital part of the developing sub specialty, the field has struggled to develop and maintain physician-scientists and investigators. The clinical growth in Pediatric Pulmonology has resulted in significant challenges in career development faced by physician-scientists who aim to establish or maintain independent investigative programs. Such challenges may only be overcome with changes in how both trainees and established physician-scientists in Pediatric Pulmonology are supported.

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Rubenstein, R. C., & Kreindler, J. L. (2014). On preventing the extinction of the physician-scientist in pediatric pulmonology. Frontiers in Pediatrics, 2(JAN). https://doi.org/10.3389/fped.2014.00004

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