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This article is from BMC Medical Education, volume 14.AbstractBackground: German hospitals have a well-defined career structure for clinicians. In this hierarchical career system university hospital are stepping stones for career advancement. This longitudinal study investigates the impact of working in university hospitals on the career success of junior physicians and senior physicians. Methods: Consideration of the career trajectories of 324 hospital physicians. Discrete-time event history analysis is used to study the influence of working in university hospitals on the chance of promotion from junior physician to senior physician and senior physician to chief physician. A comparison of medians provides information about the impact of working in university hospitals on the duration of promotion to senior and chief physician positions. Results: Working in university hospitals has a negative impact for advancement to a senior physician position in terms of promotion duration p = 0.005 and also in terms of promotion success, where a short time span of just 1–2 years in university hospitals has a negative effect OR = 0.38, p 



Author: Degen, Christiane; Kuntz, Ludwig

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