THE RESEARCH LADDER AND THE TEACHING LADDER
AbstractConsiderable emphasis is being given to the importance of research in universities today. The other major function of the university - teaching - is seen by many as having equal importance and prestige. Prof. McLeod, in this satirical dialogue, voices some frustrations of professors (i.e., teachers) in medical education. No doubt instructors in other faculties and in other universities will identify with many of his wry, witty, and cryptic comments.
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