The AHA Mentoring Handbook

The AHA Mentoring Handbook

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Written for clinicians and basic science investigators in a wide range of disciplines, this popular handbook is a practical guide to fostering successful mentoring relationships between senior and early career clinicians and investigators. Chapters discuss general aspects of the mentor's and mentee's role, specific concerns in basic science, clinical science, and population health sciences, and issues in mentoring women and underrepresented minorities. This Second Edition includes new chapters on foreign medical school graduates, registered nurses and allied health professionals, and dysfunctional relationships in mentoring, as well as valuable new insights on minority mentoring. The book includes up-to-date lists of mentoring resources and funding opportunities for young investigators and relevant Websites.Recommendations. for. Early. Career. Women. Do Not Be Afraid To Pick a Male Mentor Many studies, especially in the business world, have concluded that women mentoring women can be an effective tool for ... One Size May Not Fit All a€” Use Secondary and Peer Mentors One may find that a mentoring team is useful. ... Another individual may be a great example of how to balance work and family life.

Title:The AHA Mentoring Handbook
Author: American Heart Association
Publisher:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-03-28

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