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Prepared by the American Heart Association, this popular handbook is a practical guide to the mentoring relationship between senior and early career clinicians and investigators. Chapters discuss general aspects of the mentor's and mentee's role, specific concerns in basic science, clinical science, and population health sciences, and issues in mentoring women and underrepresented minorities. Both mentors and mentees in a wide range of basic science and clinical disciplines will find valuable tips on fostering a successful mentored relationship and handling common pitfalls. The book includes up-to-date lists of mentoring resources and funding opportunities for young investigators and relevant Websites.
This Second Edition was edited by Drs. Joseph Alpert and Michael Bettmann. It includes several new chapters, including one on foreign medical school graduates by Yoel Korenfeld-Kaplan, MD, Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, MD, Fatima H. Sert-Kuniyoshi, MSc and Virend K. Somers, MD, PhD; one on registered nurses and allied health professionals by Debra K. Moser, DNSc, RN, FAHA, FAAN; and one on dysfunctional relationships in mentoring by Joanne S. Ingwall, PhD, FAHA. Dr. Manuel Reyes, from the AHA Minority Mentoring Program, added valuable insight through his review of this edition.
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