Residency Training Program In the Department of Pediatrics

Career Advising & Mentoring

Advising

We recognize how very important mentoring is, and you will have several different types of advisors at Stanford!

Class Associate Program Director
Each class has their own Class Associate Program Director, who advises the entire class throughout residency.  The Class APD meets with each resident a minimum of twice a year, and helps them navigate residency.

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David Hong, MD
Pediatric Infectious Disease; Intern Class APD
Carrie Rassbach, MD
Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Junior Class APD
Laura Bachrach, MD
Pediatric Endocrinology
Senior Class APD

Advisor

Each resident has a career advisor to help advise about electives, career development, application processes, and overall well-being.  The residents meet with their advisor a minimum of twice a year.

Coach

Each resident has a coach to provide longitudinal assessment and formative feedback throughout his/her training, and to help him/her develop skills of lifelong learning and self-reflection.  These coaches do monthly observations on the wards and in clinics, observing history-taking, physical examinations, hand-offs, care conferences, and other skills that the residents self-identify.

Scholarly Concentration Leader

All residents choose a Scholarly Concentration half-way through intern year, and the Scholarly Concentration Leaders serve to guide their way through choosing a scholarly project and mentor to work with.

Scholarly Concentration Research Mentor

Each resident has a direct research mentor to help him/her create a scholarly project.  (For more information, see the Scholarly Projects tab.)

 

 

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