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In this issue, we are asking
for your reactions in four areas:
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1) Do you think changes in the working environment for clinical research are beginning to have any effect? Are morale and productivity improving? What additional changes are needed?
2) Is the postbaccalaureate program an asset for NIH? Does it serve the participants well? How big should the program be? How could it be improved?
3) Give us your ideas for stories you'd like to see in The NIH Catalyst. What is the hottest research coming out of your institute? What's Topic One in your lunch room?
4) URGENT: We really need to know your feelings about electronic versus hard-copy issues of this publication. Do you have use for The NIH Catalyst on-line http://www.nih.gov:80/campus/irnews/catalyst/? Would you if it were up-to-date?
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