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Stanford University

Peer Faculty Mentoring

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Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education, Peer Faculty Mentoring, 7/9/2020 12:00:00 AM - 7/9/2023 12:00:00 AM,

Internet Enduring Material sponsored by the Stanford University School of Medicine. Presented by Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Stanford University School of Medicine. This course is designed for faculty mentors in academic medicine at any career stage, whether brand new to mentoring peers, through to seasoned peer mentors who would like to stay current with issues and expectations of junior colleagues. The purpose of this course is to expand learners’ knowledge  of the dynamics of effective mentoring and techniques that yield positive results in mentoring relationships. It includes assessments of readiness and skills that were developed at Stanford based on evidence from research on mentoring effectiveness of peers and junior colleagues. There are no formal pre-requisites to take this course. However, it is recommended that learners take this course after having mentored a junior faculty peer for some time, or if they are about to enter a formal mentoring relationship with a colleague. We hope that anyone who is interested in acquiring or enhancing skills that support the needs of a new generation of faculty will find this course helpful to their enacting a positive and highly-effective roles as mentor.


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