The value and role of mentoring and role models in attracting and retaining junior women faculty in academic medicine

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Women in academic medicine work in complex and challenging environments where they are expected to not only achieve academically in education and\or research and administrative service, but they are also responsible for providing high quality, evidence informed clinical care to patients and their families.

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Steele, M., & Fisman, S. (2014). The value and role of mentoring and role models in attracting and retaining junior women faculty in academic medicine. In Career Moves: Mentoring for Women Advancing their Career and Leadership in Academia (pp. 61–70). Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-485-7_6

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