PCCAMP References


American Animal Hospital Association. Mentoring Guidelines. https://www.aaha.org/globalassets/02-guidelines/mentoring/mentoring-guidelines.pdf.

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Referenced on pages: Careers in Medicine Program #1

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Referenced on pages: Skills for Advising #1

Bolles, R.N. (2005). What Color is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual forJob-Hunters and Career-Changers.Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press.

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Gagliardi AR, Perrier L, Webster F, Leslie K, Bell M, Levinson W, Rotstein O, Tourangeau A, Morrison L, Silver IL, Straus SE. (Aug 2009). Exploring mentorship as a strategy to build capacity for knowledge translation research and practice: protocol for a qualitative study. Implement Sci.19;4:55.

I-Tech International Trianing and Education Center on HIV. Building a Relationship with a Mentee. (2008) https://www.go2itech.org/what-we-do/health-workforce-development/
Referenced on pages: Barriers To Communication #1

Katz, NT.  (2006) The Effective Preceptor Series: Providing Educational Feedback. The Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obsterics.
Referenced on pages: Giving And Receiving Feedback #1

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Referenced on pages: Understanding Generational Differences #1

Luckhaupt SE, Chin MH, Mangione CM, Phillips RS, Bell D, Leonard AC, Tsevat J. (Nov 2005) Mentorship in academic general internal medicine. Results of a survey of mentors.
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Referenced on pages: Mentor Guide #1

National Academy of Sciences. (2008). Adviser, Teacher, Role Model, Friend., 8th edition. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.

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Neukrug, E. (2003). The world of the counselor: An introduction to counseling (2nd ed.) Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole-Thomson Learning.
Referenced on pages: Listening Skills #1

Ramanan RA, Phillips RS, Davis RB, Silen W, Reede JY.  (2002) Mentoring in Medicine: Keys to Satisfaction. Am J Med. 2. 112:336-341.
Referenced on pages: Mentee Guide #2

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Referenced on pages: Tips for Mentors #1, Mentor Checklist #2

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Referenced on pages: Ready To Mentor? #1,
Ready To Be Mentored? #1

White HK, Buhr GT, Pinheiro SO. (July 2009).Mentoring: a key strategy to prepare the next generation of physicians to care for an aging America. J Am Geriatr Soc. 57(7):1270-7.
Referenced on pages: Ready To Be Mentored? #2

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Referenced on pages: Mentee Guide #1

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Team-Based Care References

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Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #4

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Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #7

Lumague M, Morgan A, Mak D, Hanna M, Kwong J, Cameron C, et al. Interprofessional education: the student perspective. J Interprof Care. 2008;20:246–53.
Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #1

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Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #2

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Referenced on page: Interprofessional Collaborative Practice #1
Referenced on page: Interprofessional Education #1

Kasperski M. Toronto, ON: Ontario College of Family Physicians; 2000. Implementation strategies: ‘Collaboration in primary care – family doctors and nurse practitioners delivering shared care
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Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel. Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: Report of an Expert Panel. Washington, DC: Interprofessional Education Collaborative; 2011.
Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #3
Referenced on page: Interprofessional Collaborative Practice #2

AHQR https://pcmh.ahrq.gov/
Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #6

Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Kaiser Health News ACO is the hottest three-letter word in health care Jenny Gold Aug 23 2013 http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/stories/2011/january/13/aco-accountable-care-organization-faq.aspx
Referenced on page: Interprofessionality: Teaching Team-Based Care #5

Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel. (2011).
Core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice: Report of an expert panel.
Washington, D.C.: Interprofessional Education Collaborative

Huddles: Improve Office Efficiency in Mere Minutes. Family Practice Management, June 2007.
Referenced on page: Tools for Success #1