Presidential address| Volume 113, ISSUE 5, P537-540, May 1989

Sabbatical leave: An important mechanism for revitalizing faculty

  • Patrick J. Mulrow
    Reprint requests: Patrick J. Mulrow, MD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Internal Medicine, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, OH 43699.
    From the Department of Internal Medicine, Medical College of Ohio Toledo, Ohio, USA
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