The Department of Pediatrics views mentoring as an important aspect of faculty professional and career development. The Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs, along with the School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs, are committed to enhancing faculty development through our mentoring program, especially for junior faculty.
Mentoring is a reciprocal and collaborative learning relationship in which mentor and mentee agree to a partnership and share responsibility and accountability toward the achievement of mutually defined goals that will develop a mentee’s skills, abilities, knowledge, and thinking.
Learn more about our mentoring policy, resource toolkit and other school of medicine resources through these links below.
Department of Pediatrics Mentoring Policy (.PDF)
Department of Pediatrics Mentor Navigator Program
Mentor Navigators will help faculty identify potential mentors, and provide objective assessments of career and research plans. The concept of a Mentor Navigator has been developed to augment, not replace, the role of any established faculty mentor or mentoring team
APP Mentoring Program