Developing a Culture of Mentorship to Strengthen Academic Medical Centers

Volume: 94, Issue: 5, Pages: 630 - 633
Published: May 1, 2019
Abstract
Mentorship is central to academic medicine and its missions, and it has long played a critical role in the training and career development of physicians and scientists. A growing body of literature has documented the positive impact of mentorship on various outcomes, including research productivity, academic promotion, faculty retention, and career satisfaction. These benefits span academic medical centers’ missions and have the potential to...
Paper Details
Title
Developing a Culture of Mentorship to Strengthen Academic Medical Centers
Published Date
May 1, 2019
Volume
94
Issue
5
Pages
630 - 633
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