How to Develop Program Resources for a Variety of Career Paths

Developing and assessing programs used to be a linear process because the training process was linear: graduate school, postdoctoral training, and academia.

With so many career trajectories available now, students — by preference and by necessity — have to follow their own individual career path. As program leaders, we have a responsibility to develop resources that equip them for success.

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Ian Paul
Ian Paul is a professor of psychiatry and human behavior at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

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