WISMAC Mentoring: Suggested Reading

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  • Bickel, J. Looking for Mentor Replacement Therapy? A Coach may be the Answer, J.A.M.W.A., 58: 210-211, 2003.
  • Bickel, J., Wara, D., Atkinson, B.F., Cohen, L.S., Dunn, M., Hostler, S., Johnson, T.R.B., Morahan, P., Rubenstein, A.H., Sheldon, G.F., and Stokes, E. Increasing Women’s Leadership in Academic Medicine: Report of the AAMC Project Implementation Committee. Acad Med, 2002; 77:1043-61.
  • Bickel, J. Mentors: Overcoming the Shortage in Women in Medicine: Getting in, Growing and Advancing, Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA 2000.
  • Bland, C.J., Chou, S.N., et al. The Productive Organization, in Ridky, J., Sheldon G.E., eds. Managing in Academics: A Health Center Model. St. Louis, Missouri: Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., 130-158, 1993.
  • Bland, C.J., Ruffin, M.T., Characteristics of a Productive Research Environment: Literature Review. Acad Med, 67:385-397, 1992. Bligh, J. Mentoring: An Invisible Support Network. Medical Educ, 33: 2-3, 1999.
  • Bogdewic, S., et al., Leadership & Organizational Skills in Academic Medicine. Family Med, 29:262-5, 1997.
  • Bower, D., et al., Support-Challenge-Vision: A Model for Faculty Mentoring. Med Teacher, 20:595-7, 1998.
  • Cohen, D., Prusak, L. In Good Company: How Social Capital Makes Organizations Work. Harvard Bus School Press, 2001
  • Connor, MP, et al. Developing Senior Doctors as Mentors: A Form of Continuing Professional Development (Report of an initiative to develop a network of senior doctors as mentors). Med Educ, 34:747-53, 2000.
  • Coyle, Y., et al., Measuring and Predicting Academic Generalists’ Work Satisfaction: Implications for Retaining Faculty, Acad Med, 74:1021-7, 1999.
  • Dalox, L.A., Effective Teaching and Mentoring, Jossey-Bass, 1986.
  • Daugird, A.J., et al. Computerized Faculty Time-management System in an Academic Family Medicine Department. Acad Med, 2003;76:129-36
  • Garman, K.A, et. al. Development of Junior Faculty’s Self-efficacy: Outcomes of A National Center of Leadership in Academic Medicine. Acad Med, 2001;76:S74-76.
  • Goleman, D., et al. Primal Leadership: Realizing the Power of Emotional Intellegence. Harvard Bus Schl Press, 2002.
  • Grady-Weliky, T., Kettyle, C., Hundert, E. New Light on Needs in the Mentor-Mentee Relationship. In Educating for Professionalism: Creating a Cultural of Humanism in Medical Education, edited by D. Wear and J. Bickel. Iowa City: U. of Iowa Press, 2000.
  • Guthrie, M. Challenges in Developing Physician Leadership & Management. Frontiers of Health Services Management 15 4:3-26. 1999.
  • Hitchcock, M.A., Bland, C.J. et al. Professional Networks: The Influence of Colleagues on the Academic Success of Faculty, Acad Med, 70:1108-16, 1995.
  • Jackson, V.A., et al. “Having the Right Chemistry”: A Qualitative Study of Mentoring in Academic Medicine. Acad Med, 78:328-334, 2003.
  • Kennedy, M.M. Someone Promised Mentors: Will You Deliver? The Physician Executive, March/April, 2001.
  • Linney, B.J., Characteristics of Good Mentors. The Physician Executive, May/June, 1999.
  • Mark, S. et al. Innovative Mentoring Programs to Promote Gender Equity in Academic Medicine. Acad Med, 76:39-42, 2001.
  • Morzinski, J.A., et al. Faculty Development Through Formal Mentoring. Acad Med, 69:267-9, 1994.
  • Morzinski, J.A., Fisher, J.C., An Evaluation of Formal Mentoring Studies and a Model for their Improvement. Evaluation Practice, 17:43- 56, 1996.
  • Morzinski, J.A., et al. A Descriptive, Cross-Sectional Study of Formal Mentoring for Faculty. Family Medicine, 20:595-597, 1998
  • Murrell, A., Crosby, F., Ely, R. Mentoring Dilemmas: Developmental Relationships within Multicultural Organizations, Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Pub, 1999.
  • Neumayer, L. et al. Mentors for Women in Surgery and their Effect on Career Advancement. Current Surgery, 52:163-166, 1995.
  • Osborn, T.M., et al. Mentorship: Through the Looking Glass Into Our Future. Ann Emerg Med, 34:285-9, 1999.
  • Peddy, S. The art of mentoring: lead, follow and get out of the way. Bullion Bks, 1998.
  • Pololi, L.H., Knight, S.M., Dennis, K., Frankel, R.M. Helping Medical School Faculty Realize Their Dreams: An Innovative, Collaborative Mentoring Program. Acad Med, 2002;77:377-384.
  • Ragins, B. and Cotton, J. Gender and Willingness to Mentor in Organizations. J. of Management, 19:97-111, 1993.
  • Rohrich, R. Mentors in Medicine, Plast Reconstr Surg., 112(4):1087-1088, 2003.
  • Roth, L.M., The Champions Project: A Two-tiered Mentoring Approach to Faculty Development. Acad Med, 75:553-554, 2000.
  • Stone, D, et al. Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss what Matters Most. Penguin, 1999.
  • Thomas, D.A., The Truth About Mentoring Minorities: Race Matters. Harvard Business Review, 79:99-107, 2001.
  • Zachary, Lois. The Mentor’s Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships. Jossey-Bass, 2000.