Pamela Asquith

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PURPOSE To design and evaluate a research mentor training curriculum for clinical and translational researchers. The resulting 8-hour curriculum was implemented as part of a national mentor training trial. METHOD The mentor training curriculum was implemented with 144 mentors at 16 academic institutions. Facilitators of the curriculum participated in a(More)
There is limited information on how academic institutions support effective mentoring practices for new investigators. A national semistructured telephone interview was conducted to assess current “state of the art” mentoring practices for KL2 scholars among the 46 institutions participating in the Clinical Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Consortium.(More)
PURPOSE To determine whether a structured mentoring curriculum improves research mentoring skills. METHOD The authors conducted a randomized controlled trial (RCT) at 16 academic health centers (June 2010 to July 2011). Faculty mentors of trainees who were conducting clinical/translational research ≥50% of the time were eligible. The intervention was an(More)
Research mentor training (RMT), based on the published Entering Mentoring curricula series, has been shown to improve the knowledge and skills of research mentors across career stages, as self-reported by both the mentors engaged in training and their mentees. To promote widespread dissemination and empower others to implement this evidence-based training(More)
VOLUME 6 • ISSUE 4 WWW.CTSJOURNAL.COM T he University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) has served as a hub of multidisciplinary expertise in both research mentor and mentee training and evaluation, with long-standing, federally funded eff orts to support innovative practice, training interventions, and research to improve training programs for diverse scholars in(More)
1. Medication, social and symptom histories were compared in patients with severe haemorrhage from a peptic ulcer (n = 71) and matched control subjects. Self-medication with proprietary agents was catalogued in addition to therapy prescribed by general medical practitioners. 2. Prior to the bleed, only 4% of ulcer patients had been free of symptoms normally(More)
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