Carol Bates, MD and Amy Weinstein, MD
2014-2015 Meetings: TBA
- Thursday, February 26, 2015 4-5:00 PM TMEC 342- RSVP
- Thursday, March 26, 2015 4-5:00 PM TMEC 342- RSVP
Thursday, April 9, 2015 4-5:00 PM TMEC 342- RSVP (Cancelled)
- Thursday, May 14, 2015 4-5:00 PM TMEC 342- RSVP
- Thursday, June 11, 2015 4-5:00 PM TMEC 342- RSVP
Following a needs assessment of HMS faculty, the interest group piloted a peer mentoring program. In collaboration with the Scholarship in Medicine Interest Group, the mentors focused on assisting individual faculty with writing projects and with broadening their concept of education scholarship. In addition, we established several mentorship groups focused upon career mentoring. Groups were composed of volunteer expert faculty mentors and 3-5 mentees; by including peers in the mentoring group, this approach enabled us to broaden our reach to include more faculty members and took advantage of the benefits of peer instruction/interactions. We are in the process of evaluating the outcomes and experiences in these groups, which will help us to determine how we will proceed in the next academic year. We hope to hold a symposium to address the issue of career mentorship in AY 2014-2015.
At the end of AY 14, we welcomed Dr. Amy Weinstein into the role of co-chair of the group for AY 15
How to be a Good Mentor - Jonathan Borus, MD
Training Supervision as a Separate Faculty Role - Jonathan Borus, MD & James E. Groves, MD
Academic Women Faculty: Are They Finding the Mentoring They Need?
2009 Survey of Women Faculty
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