Preparing trainees for a variety of career trajectories can help faculty, program directors, and chairs support them through evolving challenges and needs.
Fortunately, tools and approaches exist — and continue to innovate — to guide trainers in adapting program curricula so that trainees understand and are prepared for broad career options, mentoring models reflect a changing training landscape, and stakeholder buy-in is achieved.
In this workshop, Victoria Prince and Jami Armbrester share best practices from their institutions’ efforts and advice on how to incorporate key elements in your program.
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