Research conducted in academic departments of obstetrics and gynecology could result in substantial improvements in the health of women and the outcomes of pregnancy.
Strengthening Research in Academic OB/GYN Departments determines whether such departments are capable of fulfilling this promise. The committee finds that these departments have a poor track record in their ability to compete for research funds and in the extent to which their faculty contribute to research. Adding to the problem are factors that deter OB/GYNs from a research career and a dearth of dynamic research leaders in the profession.
The volume explores reasons for this situation and makes recommendations to counteract them. Also included is an agenda of needed research.
Institute of Medicine. 1992. Strengthening Research in Academic OB/GYN Departments. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/1970.
|2 IS THERE A PROBLEM?||51-86|
|3 CAREER CHOICES||87-108|
|4 NIH POLICIES AND STRUCTURE||109-124|
|5 DEPARTMENTAL AND LEADERSHIP ISSUES||125-140|
|6 A RESEARCH AGENDA FOR DEPARTMENTS OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY||141-228|
|APPENDIX A - PREPARING FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY IN THE REPRODUCTIVE SCIENCES||229-268|
|APPENDIX B - NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH SUPPORT OF RESEARCH IN DEPARTMENTS OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY||269-306|
|APPENDIX C - BACKGROUND PAPERS FOR THE RESEARCH AGENDA||307-310|
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