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Faculty Mentorship

UNM Family Medicine Residency

 

 

Role of Faculty Mentors 

 

Formal faculty mentors are assigned to incoming interns based on clinic location and professional interests. Residents are encouraged to seek out additional mentors as they get to know members of the department and local community. 

 

Mentorship Objectives - Resident Mentees

1. Discuss career interests and collect suggestions, guidance, and connections to aid in career development.

2. Have an outlet to discuss overall well-being.

3. Develop and discuss Individualized Learning Plans.

4. Discuss career planning and professional goals.

 

Mentorship Objectives - Faculty Mentors

1. Discuss career interests and provide suggestions, guidance, and connections to aid in career development.

2. Assess overall well-being.

3. Assist in developing and implementing Individualized Learning Plans.

4. Facilitate career planning and achievement of career objectives.

 

Tracking requirements such as clinic and other encounter numbers, ABFM requirements, etc. are felt to be the responsibility of the resident and program, not the advisors.

 

Timeline of Meetings & General topics covered


Residents have specific times of the year they should be meeting with mentors and program leadership (program director, associate program directors). Specific topics are covered in these meetings, including feedback from the most recent Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) meetings. Residents can always set up additional meetings with both their advisors and/or program directors if they want to further discuss topics of interest.

 

Mtg #

Year

Month

with

Main goals

1

PGY1

July/Aug

Mentor

Get acquainted, learn interests, discuss adjustment to residency and New Mexico (if applicable).

2

PGY1

Oct

Mentor

Check in on clinic/hospital organization, start setting goals. ILP.

3

PGY1

Jan/Feb

PD

Discuss Nov IES. Go over ABFM requirements and resident well-being.

4

PGY1

May/Jun

Mentor

May IES, well-being. ILP.

5

PGY2

Oct

Mentor

Well-being, personal and clinical goals. ILP.

6

PGY2

Dec/Jan

APDs

Nov IES, career planning, fellowship and electives prepping, ABFM req’s.

7

PGY2

May/Jun

Mentor

May IES, career planning, job hunting, electives. ILP.

8

PGY3

Dec

Mentor

Nov IES, job search update, final elective planning, graduation requirements. ILP.

9

PGY3

June

PD

Exit interview, final milestone report, summative evaluation.

 

CCC: Clinical Competency Committee

IES: Interim Education Summary

ILP: Individualized Learning Plan

 

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