volume 65, issue 2, P105-109 2019
DOI: 10.1590/1806-9282.65.2.105
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Abstract: Although there is a natural passage of responsibilities and duties from one generation to the next in any organization, academic or otherwise, managing intergenerational differences is challenging. In academic surgery, in which there are duties to patients, institutional administrators, faculty colleagues, resident trainees, and medical students are faced with multi-generations of individuals who have their own perspectives of what is "required" of them and what is "fulfilling" to them. The purpose of this ess…

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