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1 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. IVAN P STEINER UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, EDMONTON, CANADA

2 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Game Plan Review mentoring Review mentoring Discussion period Discussion period Summary Summary

3 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Definition A dynamic, reciprocal relationship in a work environment between an advanced career incumbent (mentor) and a beginner (protégé) aimed at promoting the career development of both." Healy CC & Welchert AJ

4 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." Lao Tzu

5 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Why Do We Need Them? Reinforce a positive sense of individual development. Reinforce a positive sense of individual development. Enhance success: clinical & academic success for junior faculty. Enhance success: clinical & academic success for junior faculty. Ensure that the next generation of E.M. clinicians and academicians are prepared to fulfill the clinical, scientific and educational roles of the future. Ensure that the next generation of E.M. clinicians and academicians are prepared to fulfill the clinical, scientific and educational roles of the future.

6 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Does it Work? Proven that mentoring works!!! Evidence in business world Evidence in business world Evidence in medical academic world Evidence in medical academic world Personal evidence Personal evidence

7 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Personal Experience As a beneficiary: As a beneficiary: Clinical Clinical Publishing Publishing As a mentor: As a mentor: Residents: coping strategies, teaching, publication Junior colleagues: administration, teaching, publication, coping strategies

8 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentoring process in E.M. Where Do We Fit in This Picture?

9 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Prerequisites? To care! Desire to inspire and provide psycho-social support To care! Desire to inspire and provide psycho-social support A healthy memory of how difficult it can be to try to do it alone A healthy memory of how difficult it can be to try to do it alone Experience and success at various tasks Experience and success at various tasks Previous experience as protégée Previous experience as protégée Ideally : training Ideally : training Understanding that mentoring can be directly beneficial to both parties Understanding that mentoring can be directly beneficial to both parties

10 Ivan Steiner, MD We cannot hold a torch to light anothers path without brightening our own. Ben Sweetland

11 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Who Needs Them? Trainees: students and residents Trainees: students and residents Junior faculty Junior faculty Senior faculty Senior faculty Focus: female colleagues and minorities Focus: female colleagues and minoritiesEveryone!!!

12 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Who Needs Them and Why? Everyone!!! Students: career orientation and success. Students: career orientation and success. Residents: healthy coping mechanism and success. Residents: healthy coping mechanism and success. Junior faculty: productive in an efficient manner, for the sake of balance in life. Junior faculty: productive in an efficient manner, for the sake of balance in life. Senior faculty: networking, career paths, sense of fulfillment. Senior faculty: networking, career paths, sense of fulfillment. Female and visible minority colleagues: fairness! Female and visible minority colleagues: fairness! !! Disparity: faculty and administrators needs.

13 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Types and Development Informal vs formal Informal vs formal Short vs long term Short vs long term Dyad vs multiple Dyad vs multiple Formal training [Faculties of education] Formal training [Faculties of education] Networking Networking

14 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Mentors: Current Problems Lack of tested educational models Lack of tested educational models Lack of expertise Lack of expertise Lack of $$$ Lack of $$$ Pressure to provide clinical care, teach and publish Pressure to provide clinical care, teach and publish

15 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. A Few References 1. Farrell SE, Digioia NM, Broderick KB, Coates WC: Mentoring for Clinician–Educators. Acad. Emerg. Med. 2004; 12: Lewis RJ. Some Thoughts Regarding Gender Issues in the Mentoring of Future Academicians. Acad. Emerg. Med. 2002; 10: Bickel J, Warra D, Atkinson B, Cohen LS, Dawn M, Hosltler S, et all. Increasing women's leadership in academic medicine: report of the AAMC project implementation committee. Acad Med 2002; 77: Pololi LH, Dennis K, Winn GM, Mitchell J. A needs assessment of medical school faculty: caring for the caretakers. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2003; Pololi LH, Knight SM, Dennis K, Frankel RM. Helping medical school faculty realize their dreams: an innovative, collaborative mentoring program. Acad Med May;77:377-84

16 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. A Few References 6. Johnson JC, Williams B, Jayadevappa R. Mentoring program for minority faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Acad Med Apr;74: Aagaard EM, Hauer KE. A cross-sectional descriptive study of mentoring relationships formed by medical students. J Gen Intern Med ;18: Ragins BR, Cotton JI. Mentor Functions and Outcomes: a Comparison of Men and Women in Formal and Informal Mentoring Relationships. Appl. Psych. 1999; 84: Jackson VA, Palepu A, Szalacha L, Caswell C, Carr PL, Inui T. Having the Right Chemistry: A Qualitative Study of Mentoring in Academic Medicine. Acad. Med. 2003; 78: Connor MP, Bynoe AG, Redfern N, Pakora J, Clarke J. Developing Senior Doctors as Mentors a Form of Continuing Professional Development. Report of an Initiative to Develop a Network of Senior Doctors as Mentors: Med. Educ. 2000; 34:

17 Ivan Steiner, MD Questions & Discussion

18 Ivan Steiner, MD Mentoring process in E.M. Final Comment: Mentoring is essential for the healthy evolution of individuals and of the discipline of Emergency Medicine.

19 Ivan Steiner, MD The End Thank you!


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