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Evaluation of the University of Virginia Leadership in Academic Medicine Program.

Schwartz A, Sanfey H, Harris I, Pollart S.
UIID-AD: 602
2011;23:347-358. doi: 10.1080/10401334.2011.611773.

Background: Developing effective transformational leaders is essential for a diverse and complex academic medical system. The purpose of this study is to elicit faculty perspectives on their leadership skills before and after participation in a Leadership in Academic Medicine...

Synergies and distinctions between computational disciplines in biomedical research: perspective from the Clinical andTranslational Science Award programs.

Anderson N, Bernstam EV, Harris PA, Eichmann D, Hersh WR, Johnson SB, Chute CG, Nguyen H, Sim I, Nahm M, Weiner MG, Miller P, DiLaura RP, Overcash M, Lehmann HP, Athey BD, Scheuermann RH, Starren J, Smith JW, Barbour E, Silverstein JC, Krusch DA, Nagarajan R, Becich MJ.
UIID-AD: 2662
2009;84:964-70. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e3181a8144d.

Clinical and translational research increasingly requires computation. Projects may involve multiple computationally oriented groups including information technology (IT) professionals, computer scientists, and biomedical informaticians. However, many biomedical researchers are not aware of the distinctions among these complementary groups, leading...

Current State of Information Technologies for the Clinical Research Enterprise across Academic Medical Centers.

Weber GM, Murphy SN, Dubey A, Embi PJ, Harris PA, Richter BG, Turisco F, Tcheng JE, Keogh D.
UIID-AD: 1362
2012;5:281-284. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-8062.2011.00387.x.

Information technology (IT) to support clinical research has steadily grown over the past 10 years. Many new applications at the enterprise level are available to assist with the numerous tasks necessary in performing clinical research. However, it is not...

Experiences of medical students who are first in family to attend university.

Wright S, Brosnan C, Southgate E, Outram S, Lempp H, Saxby T, Harris G, Bennett A, Kelly B.
UIID-AD: 4350
2016;842-51. doi: 10.1111/medu.12995.

CONTEXT: Students from backgrounds of low socio-economic status (SES) or who are first in family to attend university (FiF) are under-represented in medicine. Research has focused on these students' pre-admission perceptions of medicine, rather than on their lived experience...

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