Diversity in academic medicine no. 6

Successful programs in minority faculty development: Ingredients of success

Sandra P. Daley, Ann Gel Palermo, Marc A. Nivet, Maria L. Soto-Greene, Vera S. Taylor, Gary C. Butts, Jerry Johnson, Alvin H. Strelnick, Elizabeth Lee-Rey, Beverly Williams, Jocelyn Dorscher, Wanda D. Lipscomb, Sherria McDowell, Ray Cornbill, Monica Rivera Mindt, Janice Herbert-Carter, Yvonne W. Fry-Johnson, Quentin T. Smith, George Rust, Kofi Kondwani

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This article describes the ingredients of successful programs for the development of minority faculty in academic medicine. Although stung by recent cuts in federal funding, minority faculty development programs now stand as models for medical schools that are eager to join the 140-year-old quest for diversity in academic medicine. In this article, the ingredients of these successful faculty development programs are discussed by experts in minority faculty development and illustrated by institutional examples. Included are descriptions of program goals and content, mentoring and coaching, selecting participants, providing a conducive environment, managing the program, and sustaining support. This article is a companion to another article, "Successful Programs in Minority Faculty Development: Overview," in this issue of the Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)533-551
Number of pages19
JournalMount Sinai Journal of Medicine
Volume75
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 2008

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Daley, S. P., Palermo, A. G., Nivet, M. A., Soto-Greene, M. L., Taylor, V. S., Butts, G. C., ... Kondwani, K. (2008). Diversity in academic medicine no. 6: Successful programs in minority faculty development: Ingredients of success. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 75(6), 533-551. https://doi.org/10.1002/msj.20084

Diversity in academic medicine no. 6 : Successful programs in minority faculty development: Ingredients of success. / Daley, Sandra P.; Palermo, Ann Gel; Nivet, Marc A.; Soto-Greene, Maria L.; Taylor, Vera S.; Butts, Gary C.; Johnson, Jerry; Strelnick, Alvin H.; Lee-Rey, Elizabeth; Williams, Beverly; Dorscher, Jocelyn; Lipscomb, Wanda D.; McDowell, Sherria; Cornbill, Ray; Mindt, Monica Rivera; Herbert-Carter, Janice; Fry-Johnson, Yvonne W.; Smith, Quentin T.; Rust, George; Kondwani, Kofi.

In: Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, Vol. 75, No. 6, 01.12.2008, p. 533-551.

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Daley, SP, Palermo, AG, Nivet, MA, Soto-Greene, ML, Taylor, VS, Butts, GC, Johnson, J, Strelnick, AH, Lee-Rey, E, Williams, B, Dorscher, J, Lipscomb, WD, McDowell, S, Cornbill, R, Mindt, MR, Herbert-Carter, J, Fry-Johnson, YW, Smith, QT, Rust, G & Kondwani, K 2008, 'Diversity in academic medicine no. 6: Successful programs in minority faculty development: Ingredients of success', Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, vol. 75, no. 6, pp. 533-551. https://doi.org/10.1002/msj.20084
Daley, Sandra P. ; Palermo, Ann Gel ; Nivet, Marc A. ; Soto-Greene, Maria L. ; Taylor, Vera S. ; Butts, Gary C. ; Johnson, Jerry ; Strelnick, Alvin H. ; Lee-Rey, Elizabeth ; Williams, Beverly ; Dorscher, Jocelyn ; Lipscomb, Wanda D. ; McDowell, Sherria ; Cornbill, Ray ; Mindt, Monica Rivera ; Herbert-Carter, Janice ; Fry-Johnson, Yvonne W. ; Smith, Quentin T. ; Rust, George ; Kondwani, Kofi. / Diversity in academic medicine no. 6 : Successful programs in minority faculty development: Ingredients of success. In: Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine. 2008 ; Vol. 75, No. 6. pp. 533-551.
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