Coaching has the potential to transform professional development. Just like athletes, coaches can help physicians and surgeons develop, stay well and be great.
Dr. Teresa Chan is energized by finding new ways to communicate, mentor and share knowledge. Using a mix of traditional and unconventional means, this Early-Career Award recipient has proven her tactics to be effective.
Dr. Modupe Tunde-Byass, Dr. Tanzila Basrin and Salwa Farooqi are debunking myths and destigmatizing topics around women’s health.
Dr. Robert Sheldon, the 2020 recipient of the Mentor of the Year award for Region 1, views mentoring as a lifelong passion that is sharply distinct from the role of a supervisor.
As the 2020 recipient of the Mentor of the Year award for Region 3, Dr. Pier Bryden’s mentorship style prioritizes advising her trainees to find appropriate work-life balance and to carefully evaluate their options before jumping in.
The 2020 recipient of the Mentor of the Year award for Region 2, Dr. Martha Ainslie’s trainees say her personal and professional style personify the “Gold Standard” in supportive mentorship.