Mentoring Across Differences

Faculty mentoring practices in academic emergency medicine. Julie Welch, Stacy Sawtelle, David Cheng, Tony Perkins, Misha Ownbey, Emily MacNeill, Robert Hockberger and Daniel Rusyniak. Acad Emerg Med 2017;24:362-370.

A randomized controlled trial of mentoring interventions for underrepresented minorities.  Vivian Lewis, Camille Martina, Michael P. McDermott, Paula M. Trief, Steven R. Goodman, Gene D. Morse, Jennifer G. LaGuardia, Daryl Sharp and Richard M. Ryan. Acad Med 2016;91:994-1001.

Variability in women faculty’s preferences regarding mentor similarity: a multi-institution study in academic medicine. René Carapinha, Rowena Ortiz-Walters, Emorcia V. Hill and Joan Y. Reede. Acad Med 2016; 91:1108–1118.

Coaching to augment mentoring to achieve faculty diversity: a randomized controlled trial. Simon Williams, Bhoomi K. Thakore and Richard McGee. Acad Med 2016;91:1128-1135.

Silent bias: challenges, obstacles, and strategies for leadership development in academic medicine-lessons from oral histories of women professors at the University of Kansas. Susan K. Pingleton, Emily V. Jones, Tacey A. Rosolowski and Mary K. Zimmerman. Acad Med 2016;91:1151-1157.

Rationale and design of the Women and Inclusion in Academic Medicine Study. Emorcia V. Hill, Michael Wake, René Carapinha, Sharon-Lise Normand, Robert E. Wolf, Keith Norris and Joan Y. Reede. Ethn Dis 2016;26(2):245-254.

A mentor training program improves mentoring competency for researchers working with early-career investigators from underrepresented backgrounds. Mallory O. Johnson, and Monica Gandhi. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract 2015;20:683-689.

Career progression in academic medicine: Perspectives from junior faculty women of color. Caterina F. Hill, Emorcia V. Hill, Michael Wake, Stacy Blake-Beard, and Joan Y. Reede. Boston, MA: Center for Gender in Organizations, Simmons School of Management. CGO Insights 2014; no. 39. 

Enhancing the careers of under-represented junior faculty in biomedical research: The Summer Institute Program to Increase Diversity (SIPID). Treva Rice, Li Liu, Donna Jeffe, Jared Jobe, PhD, Betty Pace and Dabeeru Rao. J Natl Med Assoc 2014;106(1):50-57.

Mentorship and pursuit of academic medicine careers: a mixed methods study of residents from diverse backgrounds. Baligh Yehia, Peter Cronholm, Nicholas Wilson, Steven Palmer, Stephen Sisson, Conair Guilliames, Norma Poll-Hunter and John-Paul Sánchez. BMC Medical Education 2014;14:26.

Mentoring programs for underrepresented minority faculty in academic medical centers: a systematic review of the literature. Bettina Beech, Jorge Calles-Escandon, Kristen Hairston, Sarah Langdon, Brenda Latham-Sadler and Ronny Bell. Acad Med 2013;88(4):541-549.

Underrepresented minority faculty in academic medicine: a systematic review of URM faculty development. José Rodríguez, Kendall Campbell, John Fogarty and Roxann Williams. Fam Medicine 2014;46(2):100-104. Review.

Supporting women and minority faculty. JoAnn Moody. Academe Online 2004;90(1).

The Academy for Future Science Faculty: randomized controlled trial of theory-driven coaching to shape development and diversity of early-career scientists. Bhoomi Thakore, Michelle Naffziger-Hirsch, Jennifer Richardson, Simon Williams and Richard McGee, Jr. BMC Medical Education 2014;14:160.

The POD: A new model for mentoring underrepresented minority faculty. Charlotte Lewellen-Williams, Virginia Johnson, Linda Deloney, Billy Thomas, Apollos Goyoland and Ronda Henry-Tillman. Acad Med 2006;81-275-279.

The truth about mentoring minorities: race matters. David Thomas. Harvard Bus Rev 2001;79(4):98-112.