Office of Faculty Affairs





title

Interesting Reading

Mentoring: Articles

Mentoring: Examples of Faculty Mentoring Programs

Women Faculty

Minority Faculty

 

Mentoring: Articles

Keyser DJ, Lakoski JM, Lara-Cinisomo S, Schultz DJ, Williams VL, Zellers  DF, Pincus HA:  Advancing Institutional Efforts to Support research mentorship:  A Conceptual Framework and Self-Assessment Tool. Academic Medicine  2008  v 83, No. 3 : 1-8. Keyser2008 pdf icon

 

Koopman RJ, Thiedke C  Views of family medicine department Chairs about mentoring junior faculty.  Medical Teacher (2005) vol 27, No. 8  pp 734-737. Koopman2005 pdf icon

 

Lee A, Dennis C, Campbell P:  Nature’s guide for mentors.  Nature (2007) vol 447: 791-797. Lee2007 pdf icon

 

Lee JM, Yoshimi A, Langlotz CP. Mentoring the Mentors:  Aligning Mentor and Mentee Expectations. Academic Radiology (2006) v 13:556-561. Lee2006 pdf icon

 

Pololi  L and Knight L Mentoring Faculty in Academic medicine: A new Paradigm?

J Gen intern Med 2005: 20:866-870 Pololi2005 pdf icon

 

Sambunjak D, Straus SE, Marusic A.  Mentoring in Academic Medicine: A Systematic Review. J of American Medical Association (JAMA) (2006) vol 296 No 9 pp. 1103-1115. Sambunjak2006 pdf icon

 

Shollen SL, Bland CJ, Taylor AL, Weber-Main AM, Mulcahy PA.  Establishing Effective Mentoring Relationships for Faculty, Especially Across Gender and Ethnicity.  American Academic  Vol 4  pp. 134-158

 

Mentoring: Examples of Faculty Mentoring Programs

 

Mentoring Program - Office of Faculty & Academic Affairs - Georgetown University Medical Center

UCSF Faculty Mentoring Program

 

Women Faculty

"Women in Science at the National Institutes of Health 2007-2008" is a new publication showcasing the achievements of some of the accomplished women at the NIH and is intended to inspire a diversity of girls and boys, women and men to enter or continue in science careers. Sponsored and prepared by the NIH Office of Research on Women's Health with assistance from the members of the NIH Coordinating Committee on Research on Women's Health, the book celebrates the careers and accomplishments of 289 talented female scientists and administrators who are part of the NIH community.

Women in Science  at NIH 2007-2008 pdf icon

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/nov2009/od-12.htm

 

National Leadership Conference proceedings: Mentoring Women In Biomedical Careers pdf icon

Report from an NIH sponsored workshop whose charge was to develop innovative strategies to promote the sustained advancement of women in biomedical careers.

 

Women in Biomedical Science: Best Practices for Sustaining Career Success pdf icon

Proceedings from a workshop sponsored by the  NIH  Working group on Women in Biomedical Careers with goal of identifying “ “best practices” for recruiting and retaining women in biomedical careers”

Staying Competitive: Patching America's Leaky Pipeline in the Sciences

A new report, based on extensive original research, considers the impact of children and family obligations on women’s willingness to pursue faculty positions, and identifies both when and why women and men with caregiving plans or responsibilities drop or opt out of the academic science career path.  The report is by Marc Goulden, Ph.D., Karie Frasch, Ph.D., and Mary Ann Mason, J.D., Ph.D., of the University of California, Berkeley, the Berkeley Center on Health, Economic, & Family Security and The Center for American Progress. women_and_sciences pdf icon

 

Women in U.S. Academic Medicine: Statistics and Benchmarking Report 2008-2009 pdf icon

AAMC publication by Jennifer Leadley   Descriptive statistics about the national distribution of women students, residents, faculty and administrative leaders in academic medicine.. Data are drawn from the AAM C Faculty Roster—a database that provides data on full-time faculty members at AAMC member institutions.

 

The Shriver Report: A Women's Nation Changes Everything pdf icon

A report on a study by Maria Shriver and The Center For American Progress examining effects of increased participation of women in the workforce on multiple aspects of American culture, economy and family life.

 

Shollen SL, Bland CJ, Taylor AL, Weber-Main AM, Mulcahy PA.  Establishing Effective Mentoring Relationships for Faculty, Especially Across Gender and Ethnicity.  American Academic  Vol 4  pp. 134-158

  

Minority Faculty

 

Spectrum Unlimited – The Journal for Minority Medical Students

Minority Student Recruitment, Retention and Career Transition Practices; http://www.asha.org/practice/multicultural/recruit/litreview.htm

 

 

Grant-Thompson S and Atkinson DR: Cross Cultural Mentor Effectiveness and African American Male Students   Journal of Black Psychology 1997:23:120-134. Grant-Thompson1997 pdf icon

 

Darling N, Bogat GA, Cavell TA, Murphy SE, Sanchez G.   Gender, Ethnicity, Development and Risk: Consideration of Individual Differences. J of Community Psychology 2006 v 34 No. 6 765-779. Darling2006 pdf icon

 

Shollen SL, Bland CJ, Taylor AL, Weber-Main AM, Mulcahy PA.  Establishing Effective Mentoring Relationships for Faculty, Especially Across Gender and Ethnicity.  American Academic  Vol 4  pp. 134-158

 

Evelyn, J. (1998, July23).Medical associations want more minorities in medical schools. Black Issues In Higher Education, 15 911),8

 

Ready, T. (2001).  The impact of affirmative action on medical education and the nation’s health.  In G. Orfield (Ed.), Diversity challenged:  Evidence of the impact of affirmative action (pp. 205-219), Cambridge, UK: Harvard Education. EDRS ED 456200. Ready2001 pdf icon

 

Simon, D.J. (1993).  Increasing the academic pool of minority students for higher education:  A literature review:  A report to the R.F.P. #92-3 team. Simon1993 pdf icon

 

Smith, S. (1999, October 14).  Working recruitment miracles.  Black Issues in Higher Education, 16(170), 40-41.

 

Stewart, G.L., Russell, R.B., & Wright, D. (1997).  The comprehensive role of student affairs in African American student retention.  Journal of College Admission, 154, 6-11.

 

Thomas, T.C., & Thurber, H.J. (1999).  Strategies for the recruitment and retention of Native American students:  Executive summary.  (Educational Document Reproduction Service No: ED435514). Thomas1999 pdf icon

 

Underwood, S.M., & Fay, T.H. (1996).  The UWM Health Careers Bridge innovative approach for improving the recruitment, retention and graduation of minority students in nursing and health careers. Journal of Nursing Education, 35(4):179-81.

 Website designed by the: Web
 Design Studio