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Annual Meeting One-on-One Mentoring Program

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SGIM offers associates and faculty a valuable opportunity to speak privately with a senior SGIM mentor from a different institution. Mentors and mentees are matched based upon mutual interests and expectations, as well as designated career paths. Mentor-mentee pairs meet at least once during the annual meeting, and are encouraged to continue an ongoing relationship afterwards.  It is a low stress opportunity for associates to meet with more experienced SGIM members and receive fresh perspectives on professional goals and projects.  

Topics of discussion may include:
  • Early Career Advice:  selecting a residency / fellowship, writing a CV, establishing career goals, or finding a mentor
  • Mid-Career Advice: getting promoted, mentoring others, or job negotiation
  • Research: writing grants, career development awards, writing manuscripts, advice on a specific research project, or feedback on an oral abstract presentation
  • Job responsibilities: teaching, clinical care, or administration
  • Professional challenges: personal / professional balance, conflict at work, or changing jobs
  • Ethics and Professionalism: research in ethics, ethics education, clinical ethics consultation, service on an ethics committee or development of institutional ethics policies.

Mentoring pairs are expected to meet at least once during the SGIM meeting at a mutually convenient time.  After your initial meeting, mentoring pairs are welcome to meet again throughout the conference. Many mentors attend their mentee’s oral and/or poster presentation(s) to provide both support and feedback.  ​​

Application Process and Program Requirements:

Both mentors and mentees must apply using the online application system. 
Mentees:  Must be SGIM member in good standing.  Available to all academic and professional stages. Must attend the annual meeting.

Mentors:  Must be SGIM member in good standing.  Must attend the annual meeting. Medical students and residents are not eligible to be a mentor.

Apply Today

If you sign up to be a mentor or mentee and are unable to attend the annual meeting, please contact Jillian Gann

Important Dates

December 14, 2017

Mentoring applications available online

March 8, 2018

Deadline for applications

March 26, 2018

Matches sent to participants

 

April 11 - 14, 2018

Matches to meet at the 2018 Annual Meeting

 

QUESTIONS?

Contact Jillian Gann, Director, Leadership and Mentoring Programs at gannj@sgim.org or call 1-800-822-3060