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Best of both worlds: A career in technology transfer and business development.

The current academic and business landscape does not provide a clear path for doctoral trainees graduating. Moreover, the fundamental need of the hour is diversification of the workforce where PhD graduates need to be trained to do more beyond basic scientific research. One of the possible paths that is now becoming popular as science enters its translational phase is research commercialization and technology transfer. This short article provides an comprehensive overview of the technology transfer field an...


Funding Sources and Perceived Financial Insecurity in Pediatric Subspecialty Fellowship Programs.

Shortages of pediatric subspecialists exist in many fields with insufficient recruitment of new fellows. The current system of funding graduate medical education is inadequate. We examined funding sources for trainee salary and educational expenses in pediatric fellowship programs, effects of funding constraints and program characteristics associated with financial insecurity as reported by fellowship program directors (FPD).

A New Nurse with a Firm Foundation.


An assessment of the online presentation of MIS fellowship information for residents.

Residents often utilize internet resources to evaluate and search for fellowship programs within their desired field. The presence of these resources and the information available through them has the potential to influence applicant decisions. The objective of this study was to analyze the online MIS fellowship information relevant to resident applicants provided by the Fellowship Council Directory (FCD) and institutionally based program webpages.

For the further training of individuals in neurosurgery II: the academic legacy of the William P. Van Wagenen Fellowship.

William P. Van Wagenen pursued a research fellowship in Europe early in his career under the recommendation of Harvey Cushing. Later, Van Wagenen would be instrumental in the establishment of the William P. Van Wagenen Fellowship, a postgraduate fellowship for neurosurgeons from the AANS that requires study outside of a fellow's country of residency training with plans to return to academic practice.

Education and health propaganda: repercussions of a Brazilian sanitarian's training at the Rockefeller Foundation.

This article discusses the influence that training at the Rockefeller Foundation had on the activities early-career professionals carried out in health leadership positions in Brazil. We present methods of education and health propaganda at this American institution, as well as posters prepared at the direction of the physician Antonio Luis Cavalcanti de Albuquerque de Barros Barreto during the health reform in Bahia. After returning from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, where he received a Rockef...

Demonstrating the impact of your teaching: benefits of Higher Education Academy Fellowship for librarians.

This feature suggests that health librarians who teach or support Higher Education (HE) students can and should gain accreditation and recognition for their teaching by the route of HEA Fellowship. We outline the process by which Fellowship could be attained by those working within HE and those in NHS libraries who work with HE students, suggesting which aspects of librarianship practice could provide the necessary evidence for Fellowship. The synergies between Fellowship and Chartership are examined and th...

Microsurgery Fellows' Impression of Clinical and Educational Offerings during Fellowship Year.

 Acquisition of microsurgical skill and clinical knowledge is the primary goal of a microsurgery fellowship. There has yet to be any comprehensive reporting in the literature of how American microsurgery fellows viewed their curricula and training at the conclusion of their fellowship year.

Characterizing Palliative Radiotherapy Education in Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship: A Survey of Fellowship Program Directors.

Educational deficiencies among hospice and palliative medicine (HPM) physicians contribute to suboptimal utilization of palliative radiotherapy (PRT) for patients with advanced cancer. To survey HPM fellowship program directors regarding the need for PRT education in HPM fellowship. We conducted a cross-sectional survey of HPM fellowship program directors in June 2018. We used a 5-point Likert-type scale to assess agreement with statements related to PRT education. Program directors for all United States...

Developing a Research Friendly Hospital-Based Environment: A Fellowship Model Focused on Graduate Students.

Magnet designation requires that nurses be actively involved in activities that lead to obtaining evidence through conducting research. Unfortunately, several barriers limit nurses' ability to engage in research activities, including insufficient resources. This article explains how a community-based hospital implemented a fellowship model to circumvent some of these barriers. Two fellowship positions are described, 1 in research and 1 in library sciences. The method, outcomes, and cost of the fellowship mo...

The Health System Impact Fellowship: Perspectives From the Program Leads Comment on "CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on 'Driving Change' Within the Health System".

As the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) leads in designing and implementing the new Health System Impact (HSI) Fellowship program, we congratulate Sim et al for their thoughtful contribution to the nascent literature on embedded research, and for advancing our own learning about the HSI Fellowship experience. In our commentary, we describe the HSI Fellowship and its key components, discuss the factors that motivated and inspired the creation of the program, and highlight successes thus far.

Survivorship Fellowship: Evaluation and Evolution of a Program for Advanced Practice Providers.

A comprehensive cancer center in the midwestern United States implemented a stakeholder-engaged quality improvement process to extend its existing one-year advanced practice provider (APP) fellowship program consisting of general oncology education and clinical experience to include an additional survivorship clinical rotation. APP fellowship alumni and program stakeholders reported noticeable benefits and greater importance attributed to program participation, validating inclusion of a survivorship clinic ...

Open source software security vulnerability detection based on dynamic behavior features.

Open source software has been widely used in various industries due to its openness and flexibility, but it also brings potential security problems. Therefore, security analysis is required before using open source software. The current mainstream open source software vulnerability analysis technology is based on source code, and there are problems such as false positives, false negatives and restatements. In order to solve the problems, based on the further study of behavior feature extraction and vulnerab...

Nurse practitioner residency and fellowship programs: The controversy still exists.

Postgraduate training, otherwise termed residency or fellowship training, for nurse practitioners is a growing trend. Many new graduates are seeking intensive and immersive clinical experiences supported by evidence-based didactic learning directly related to their clinical experience. This article describes current trends and evidence supporting fellowship training.

Unveiling the Relationship between Energy Transfer and the Triplet Energy Level by Tuning Diarylethene within Europium(III) Complexes.

Luminescence performance and photoisomerization control of sensitized energy transfer in a series of Eu(acac)De complexes that contain photochromic diarylethene (De) as the ligand are studied by theoretical methods. Both the open-ring and closed-ring isomers exhibit a consistent coordination mode between the Eu ion and De. An unneglected weak interaction originating from electrostatic attraction is found in the region of the coordinate bond Eu-N. The open-ring isomer has higher triplet energy levels than D ...

Training Disparities of Our Future Workforce: A Survey of Trauma Fellowship Candidates.

Training in Acute Care Surgery (ACS) is an integral component of general surgery residency and serves as a critical base experience for the added educational qualifications of fellowship. How this training varies between programs is not well characterized. We sought to describe the variation in clinical exposure between residencies in a sample of residents applying to an ACS fellowship. We hypothesized that applicants have significant variations in clinical exposure as well as unique and specific expectatio...

A Theoretical Twist on the Transparency of Open Notes: Qualitative Analysis of Health Care Professionals' Free-Text Answers.

The New Public Management movement strove for transparency so that policy makers and citizens could gain insight into the work and performance of health care. As the use of the electronic health record (EHR) started to diffuse, a foundation was laid for enhanced transparency within and between health care organizations. Now we appear to be experiencing a new kind of transparency in the health care sector. Many health care providers offer their patients online access to their EHRs (here referred to as Open N...

Florence Nightingale Foundation: what next?

Newly appointed Chair of the Florence Nightingale Foundation, shares her vision for the Foundation.

Lateral transfer assist robot (LTAR): Development of a proof-of-concept prototype.

Falls during transfer to and from a wheelchair are associated with numerous problems. Factors responsible for difficulty in transferring include horizontal/vertical gaps between surfaces; obstacles, such as armrests; and complicated brake/footrests configurations before transferring. Moreover, controlling a wheelchair sufficiently close to the transfer surface within the confined home space is difficult.

Factors that Influence Applicants Pursuing a Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (FMIGS).

The Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (FMIGS) has been the most competitive fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2015. Since its inception, it has served to provide advanced endoscopic training and addresses the need for additional proficiency beyond residency. We sought to identify factors that influence applicants in choosing to pursue MIGS training.

Monozygotic twinning after PGT: methodological considerations.

Multiple pregnancies have been traditionally considered one of the most serious iatrogenic complications of assisted reproductive technology (ART), particularly associated with the transfer of multiple embryos. This has led many countries to gradually, but steadily, adopt the use of single embryo transfer (SET), particularly in good prognosis patients. Even in the setting of SET though, multiple pregnancies are still observed, mainly, but not exclusively, due to zygotic splitting after transfer and before i...

Patient experience of COPD care: outcomes from the British Lung Foundation Patient Passport.

The British Lung Foundation (BLF) COPD Patient Passport (www.blf.org.uk/passport) was developed as a resource to help people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and clinicians to consider the care received and identify essential omissions. We used the online data collected to evaluate the delivery of COPD care in the UK from a patient perspective.

A systematic review describes models for recruitment prediction at the design stage of a clinical trial.

Patient recruitment in clinical trials is challenging with failure to recruit to time and target sample size common. This may be caused by unanticipated problems or by overestimation of the recruitment rate. This study is a systematic review of statistical models to predict recruitment at the design stage of clinical trials.

: open-source mobile software for distributed studies of hearing.

The recent emphasis on outcomes-based medical research has motivated a need for technology that allows researchers and clinicians to reach a larger and more diverse subject population for recruitment and testing. This article reports on open-source mobile software () that enables researchers to administer customised hearing tests and questionnaires on tablets located across multiple sites. Researchers create and modify test protocols using text-based templates and deploy it to the tablets via a cloud-based ...

Educational characteristics and content of postgraduate nurse practitioner residency/fellowship programs.

Nurse practitioner (NP) residency/fellowship programs are an emerging industry across the country.


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