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Case: The Transition to a New Mentor

Key Phrases: Transitioning a Mentoring Relationship Long‐distance Mentoring Technical vs. Developmental Networking Emily just completed a clinical fellowship. Her mentor was Judith, with whom she worked on a very productive clinical research project during her fellowship. She had accepted a … Continue reading

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Case: Leadership and Environmental Changes

Key Phrases: Intergenerational Mentoring Establishing Work/Family Boundaries Evaluating Work Ethic With the retirement of a long‐standing division chief of a small division in your department, Robert, a clinically accomplished clinician who graduated from his residency 6 years ago and was … Continue reading

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Full Annotated Bibliography

For your convenience, this page lists all readings and articles referenced in each section of the Toolkit, plus a few additional ones, grouped by topic area.  Each citation includes a description of the article.  Click View all Citations to see … Continue reading

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Case: Generational Sensitivity in Leadership Transitions

Key Phrases: Generational Sensitivity Leadership Transitions Succession Planning Work/Family Boundaries Evaluating Work Ethic Mark’s Perspective Mark is a 40-year-old general surgeon who has served as the Assistant Residency Program Director for the past three years. He is an active clinician … Continue reading

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The Life Course of Mentorship
Readings and articles

Holmes DR, Hodgson PK, Simari RD, Nishimura RA. Mentoring: Making the transition from mentee to mentor. Circulation. 2010; 121: 336‐340. A more general discussion of mentoring than its subtitle suggests, this article describes elements of mentoring, steps in the development … Continue reading

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The Life Course of Mentorship:
Learning Pearls for Mentors and Mentees

Recognition Recognition of transitions is key as mentoring relationships develop; expectations and career circumstances evolve and transitions occur over time. Mentoring need not necessarily end when either a mentor or mentee leaves the institution. It is important to recognize a … Continue reading

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Learning Pearls for Mentors and Mentees

Case: The Transition to Senior Author

Key Phrases: Transitions in authorship sequence Acknowledging, without crediting, senior mentorship Unspoken expectations Bill couldn’t decide what to do. He felt sure that he should be senior author on the papers that lay on the desk in front of him, … Continue reading

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