There has been enhanced attention to the mechanisms by which policy-makers support clinical research, with particular attention to establishing research centers and fostering the training of clinical researchers. The impact of these relatively new activities on the scholarly career is yet to be explored. In this work, I use the curriculum vitae to study the careers of clinical scientists. Prospective, unobtrusive, complete, and available, the CV contains such vital information as training, career timing and research characteristics. In this study, I focus on the coding of CVs in light of model development and analytic demands to demonstrate how to use the CV in multivariate survival analyses to study relevant policy outcomes.
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- Library and Information Sciences