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Surgical mentoring; building tomorrow's leaders.


Surgical mentoring; building tomorrow's leaders.

Rombeau, John et al.



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Written for surgeons in training and practice, this pocket guide outlines the pedagogical, clinical, and personal benefits of having and being a mentor. Rombeau et al., surgeons at Temple U. Hospital, note the importance of a mentor in the education and growth of a surgeon as they explain daily mentoring practices and evidence-based support; why, when, and how surgical mentoring should be implemented; mentoring qualities and uses with specific groups like women and international medical graduates; and how to develop and choose a one.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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