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September 2022, Volume 72, Issue 9


EDITORIAL

Surgical Careers and Importance of Dedicated Research Years after Medical School, or During Training

Mujtaba Khalil  , Muhammad Shahzad Shamim

Research fellowships are short-term academic positions at teaching hospitals wherein fellows work with senior researchers to help in their projects, meanwhile improving their own understanding of research and strengthening their portfolios. This is done through both structured fellowship programmes, or contracts with a model similar to apprenticeships. Research fellowships have shown growing popularity among medical graduates and residents. It is now fairly common for medical graduates to dedicate one or two years to research ahead of joining a residency programme, expecting that it will improve their chances of getting in high-ranking programmes, or high-demand specialties.

RESEARCH ARTICLES

IN THIS ISSUE

REHABILITATION SCIENCES CORNER

Recent advances in the management of hemiplegic shoulder pain

Musab Bin Noor , et al

Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association has agreed to receive and publish manuscripts in accordance with the principles of the following committees: