Research on mentoring in academic medicine is limited 1 with great variation in how the concept of mentoring is defined 2 6 and with more attention paid to outcomes rather than the process of mentoring one notable exception documents the process of effective mentoring by adopting a case study approach 7 nationally one third 1 to one half 8 of faculty report being mentored but reported . Context mentoring as a partnership in personal and professional growth and development is central to academic medicine but it is challenged by increased clinical administrative research and other educational demands on medical faculty therefore evidence for the value of mentoring needs to be. Mentoring in academic medicine a systematic review dario sambunjak md sharon e straus md msc prcpc ana marusicm md phd edical schools and residency and fellow ship programs are charged with training health care professionals and with ad vancingclinicalcareresearchandedu cation12 mentoring has been consid ered to be a core . A systematic review of qualitative research on the meaning and characteristics of mentoring in academic medicine dario sambunjak sharon straus and ana marusic j gen intern med 201025 72 78 mentoring in academic medicine acp teaching medicine series edited by holly j humphrey md macp philadephia acp press 2010. Mentorship is a key component of professional development in the field of academic medicine the successful mentoring relationship in medicine develops when a mentor with skills knowledge and experience provides advice guidance and support to his or her mentee
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