Mentoring and the career satisfaction of male and female academic medical faculty.

@article{Decastro2014MentoringAT,
  title={Mentoring and the career satisfaction of male and female academic medical faculty.},
  author={Rochelle Decastro and Kent A. Griffith and Peter Anthony Ubel and Abigail J. Stewart and Reshma Jagsi},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2014},
  volume={89 2},
  pages={301-11}
}
PURPOSE To explore aspects of mentoring that might influence medical faculty career satisfaction and to discover whether there are gender differences. METHOD In 2010-2011, the authors surveyed 1,708 clinician-researchers who received (in 2006-2009) National Institutes of Health K08 and K23 awards, which provided mentoring for career development. The authors compared, by gender, the development and nature of mentoring relationships, mentor characteristics, extent of mentoring in various mentor… CONTINUE READING

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