A Window into the Scientist's and Allied Health Professional's Workplace

J Halverson j.halverson at scienceboard.net
Fri Mar 12 09:51:52 EST 2004


The Science Advisory Board is an international group of more than
18,200 life science and medical professionals. Board members convene
electronically to participate in online conferences, surveys and
discussions addressing issues of importance to their individual areas
of investigation and/or clinical specialties.

You are cordially invited to review the Board's latest report on
employment in the life sciences, "A Window into the Scientist's and
Allied Health Professional's Workplace," which is located at
http://scienceboard.net/pdf/scienceboard.net_jobsurvey.pdf.  The
report features your colleagues' insights into what it is like to work
in the life sciences. It outlines the skills life science and medical
professionals believe are necessary to succeed in their positions;
offers their views on workplace frustrations and rewards; and shares
their perspectives about compensation, funding, recognition, and
networking.

The goal of The Science Advisory Board is to give individuals-like
yourself-a prominent voice to express opinions on the tools and
techniques of your profession. Individually, it is often hard for one
person's opinion to make a difference, but collectively through our
online Board, it is possible to exert tremendous influence. The power
of the Internet provides a medium for communicating with the life
sciences industry about their products on a scale that has never
before been possible.

Interested in participating in studies about the tools and techniques
of your profession? Voice your own views on the technologies
transforming science and medicine by joining today. Members also have
opportunities to share their expertise through a variety of venues
including editorials, product and book reviews, discussion posts, and
online teleconferences.

Please register at http://www.scienceboard.net/register. Membership is
completely free. In fact, your contributions will be acknowledged
through various forms of compensation, including a reward points
program that can be redeemed for various gifts and drawings for cash
and other prizes. Your participation in any study sponsored by The
Science Advisory Board is always strictly confidential-your name will
never be released to a third party.



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