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Editorial Corner: From the Editors

 , December 04, 2019

Elisha L. Brownfield, MD; David Margolius, MD; Maureen Lyons, MD

Academic generalists often begin their careers as clinicians plus educators and/or researchers, then gradually carve out an area of expertise. This intentional pursuit is known as the career development process. While career development and leadership development are different, they are related.

Without career development, opportunities to lead others in our professionallives narrow. In this issue, we begin a series highlighting the career development efforts of SGIM/ACLGIM members such as the following:

  • Margaret Lo and Chris Masi describe their work with the SGIM Career Development Workgroup;
  • how career development became a leadership pathway for Dominique Cosco

In addition, we provide brief outlines of sessions from the 2019 ACLGIM Winter Summit in Arizona from keynote speakers. By the time you finish reading December 2019’s Leadership Forum, we hope that you will be reflecting on your enriching experiences there.

Warm wishes for this holiday season, and happy reading!



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