ONLY AVAILABLE BY PURCHASING THE SGIM22 HIGHLIGHTS BUNDLE.
Continuing Education Units Available: 1.0 CME; 1.0 MOC
CME/MOC Expires: May 1, 2024
To receive CME credit, you must watch the entire presentation, then click certificate to activate credit.
To receive CME and MOC credit, you must (a) watch the entire presentation and (b) complete the short MOC assessment, then click certificate to activate credits.
This symposium, From Mentorship to Sponsorship: Actively Advancing Women and URiM Faculty in Academic Medicine - A Call to Action!, was originally presented at the SGIM22 annual meeting in Orlando (April 2022) and re-recorded in April/May 2022.
- Describe the gender and URiM inequity seen in academic medical centers and the potential for sponsorship to bridge the gap
- Compare and contrast mentorship and sponsorship
- Identify barriers to sponsorship
- Construct actions that would translate mentoring behaviors into active sponsorship
Mentorship is not enough. Although highly valued, many argue that sponsorship is more important for career advancement. Studies on mentorship suggest that some roles of mentors include activities of sponsorship, like exposure to opportunities and building professional networks. Presenters will offer recommendations to help leaders recognize talented women and URiM faculty, to empower proteges to discuss opportunities with sponsors, and to promote greater advancement and visibility universally.
THIS ITEM IS ONLY AVAILABLE BY PURCHASING THE SGIM22 HIGHLIGHTS BUNDLE.