Mentoring students, residents, and faculty and supporting their professional development are topics of great concern among leaders in medical education.
Offering knowledge and insight from a range of experienced physician-educators and others involved in medical education, Mentoring in Academic Medicine provides a unique perspective on medical professionalism in the coming decades as well as a comprehensive approach to developing programs for mentorship and guidance.
Illustrated with realistic cases and examples, this book provides
insight into effective mentoring relationships and fostering professionalism; guidelines for developing mentoring programs for students, residents, and clinical and research faculty; a consideration of the issues that arise related to mentoring special groups; and multiple perspectives on role modeling and guiding others to be successful in their careers.
ACP Books is the books publishing program of the American College of Physicians, a national organization of internists - physicians who specialize in the prevention, detection, and treatment of illnesses in adults