IN PREPARING my talk for the 1998 Research Award of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, I tried to consider what it meant to be an effective preceptor of trainees who are conducting research. I reflected in part on the many ways that I have been helped to be a good researcher and in part on what I have tried to accomplish in helping others as they have begun their careers in research.
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