In the present study, the factors related to successful recruitment and retainment of clinical faculty were investigated by exploring the lived experiences of novice clinical faculty during the role transition from clinical practice to clinical educator.
Three common themes associated with positive role transitions were identified: orientation, training, and ongoing support.
When writing a paper or dissertation, a clear description of the conflict serves to engage the reader and imparts a degree of importance to the study.
In the example above, the conflict is a gap in knowledge regarding the reasons for high turnover rates among clinical faculty in medical schools.
The shortage of physicians is due to a shortage of clinical faculty to teach medical students.
The shortage of faculty is due to high turnover rates.
It is an imaginative process between the composer and responder that invites us, as the audience to engage vicariously with the experience of others.
Stories or narratives have been shared in all culture as a mean of education, entertainment and also to notify the audience of the values and belief systems of our culture.
The story is a rite of passage for a lonely boy whose mother is a widow and too cognizant for being over protective as he grows up.
In the story Jerry struggles with the choices of being on his own and finding acceptance, but he comes to the realisation that creating his own identity is essential as he grows up and gains independence from his mother.