Surgical Mentorship and Leadership: Building for Success in Academic Surgery by Charles R. Scoggins
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 287 Pages | ISBN : 3319711318 | 12.65 MB
The landscape of academic surgery has become increasingly complex. Young academic surgeons are now confronted with the task of juggling administrative, clinical, educational, and research responsibilities. While decades ago young faculty would look toward a single “triple threat” mentor, trainees and young junior faculty now must assemble a team of mentors who can help him/her craft a career trajectory for success in academia. In addition, with the emergence of team based science and an emphasis on clinical “crew management” faculty now must hone their leadership skills to be effective in the research and clinical environment.