Selected References on Mentoring from CIMER Team Members
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Pfund, C., Pribbenow, C., Branchaw, J., Miller Lauffer, S. & Handelsman, J. 2006. The merits of training mentors. Science 311:473-474.
Pfund C., House S., Asquith P., Spencer K., Silet K., and Sorkness C. (2012). Mentor Training for
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Pfund, C., House, S., Spencer, K., Asquith, P., Carney, P., Masters, K.S., McGee, R., Shanedling, J., Vecchiarelli, S., and Fleming, M. (2013). A research mentor training curriculum for clinical and translational researchers. Clin. Transl. Sci. 6, 26-33.
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Pfund, C., House, S.C., Asquith, P., Fleming, M.F., Buhr, K.A., Burnham, E.L., Gilmore, J.M.E., Huskins, W.C., McGee, R., Schurr, K., et al. (2014). Training mentors of clinical and translational research scholars: a randomized controlled trial. Acad. Med. J. Assoc. Am. Med. Coll. 89, 774.
Pfund, C., Spencer, K.C., Asquith, P., House, S.C., Miller, S., and Sorkness, C.A. (2015). Building National Capacity for Research Mentor Training: An Evidence-Based Approach to Training the Trainers. CBE-Life Sci. Educ. 14, ar24.
Pfund, C., Branchaw, J. and Handelsman, J. (2015). Entering Mentoring 2nd Edition. New York, NY: W.H. Freeman & Co.; Pfund C. and Handelsman J., eds. Entering Mentoring Series.
Pfund, C., Byars-Winston, A., Branchaw, J.L., Hurtado, S., and Eagan, M.K. (in press). Defining Attributes and Metrics of Effective Research Mentoring Relationships. AIDS Behav.
Sorkness, C.A., Pfund, C., Asquith, P., and Drezner, M.K. (2013). Research mentor training: initiatives of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. Clin. Transl. Sci. 6, 256.
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