Basic Electrocardiography by Stephen Scheidt, Jay A. Erlebacher, Frank H. Netter

By Stephen Scheidt, Jay A. Erlebacher, Frank H. Netter

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If we missed important ones, write to us at our website! 24 Mentorship in academic medicine References 1. Sambunjak D, Straus SE, Marusic A. A systematic review of qualitative research on the meaning and characteristics of mentoring in academic medicine. Gen Intern Med 2010; 25: 72–8. 2. Cho CS, Ramanan RA, Feldman MD. Defining the ideal qualities of mentorship: A qualitative analysis of the characteristics of outstanding mentors. Am J Med 2011; 124: 453–8. 3. Romberg E, Mentoring the individual student: Qualities that distinguish between effective and ineffective advisors.

Mentees can create it from many and different sources: • the next research question that logically follows the answer to their last one • the ideas that arise from their clinical and educational triumphs, failures, questions, and conundrums that inevitably attend the thoughtful care of patients • the brainstorms that occur while reading, sleeping, driving, or during conversations with colleagues • the ideas that are formed during trips to meetings or other research centers • the inspirations that arise in reading other people’s research in depth and with a critical eye • long-held aspirations that are now within reach • job offers • changes in their life goals or personal relationships • the desire to try their hand at administration • etc.

Reliable in preparing for mentoring meetings, in keeping mentoring appointments, and in following through with pledges that they make to their mentor. Actively listening; in responding to their mentors, exhibiting all three steps of: • making sure they comprehend what their mentor is saying through both words and body language • making sure they retain what their mentor is communicating • making sure they avoid roadblocks that often interfere with communication (such as dismissing mentors’ concerns or moralizing about them).

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