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Early Career Psychiatrists

Mentorship: The Genuine Article

Marlene P. Freeman

Published: August 31, 2008

Article Abstract

Mentors are important in academic psychiatry and in the broader world. At times, there are very defined needs for mentorship—how to approach a facet of research or practice that is new, write a type of grant, or acquire specific expertise. Mentorship from a more general perspective is also valuable.


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Volume: 69

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