Welcome to the Pediatric Coaching and Mentoring Program (PCAMP)
Our mentoring program is dedicated to the academic enrichment, satisfaction, and success of early career faculty in the Department of Pediatrics. Our mission is to foster the professional development of early career faculty in Pediatrics at Stanford through a formal mentorship program and creation of the stable of mentors.
Some of our program highlights include:
Program Mentor: The Pediatric Coaching and Mentoring Program (PCAMP) connects junior faculty with a mentor from our stable of mentors to provide guidance, counsel, and education. Program expectation is that you meet with your mentor at least twice per academic year and that the mentor is outside your division.
Workshops: Seminars on topics of interest will be scheduled throughout the year. We encourage our mentees to take advantage of the sessions. Past sessions have included National and Regional Reputation in the CE Line, Personal Finance for Physicians 101, Appointments and Promotions Workshop, and How to Master Your Time. Mentees are notified of upcoming workshops via e-mail.
Annual Online Survey: Mentees will receive an email each academic year requesting their honest, anonymous feedback about their experience with PCAMP. We value our mentees feedback as we strive to improve the program each year.
Now Accepting Applications for Mentors
We are pleased to announce the recruitment of three new faculty mentors to join PCAMP (the Pediatric Coaching and Mentoring Program).
The mission of PCAMP is to foster the professional development of early career faculty in Pediatrics at Stanford. Each mentor carries approximately 8 mentees. Mentors meet at least twice yearly with their mentees and once monthly with the other faculty mentors. We also offer workshops to the entire department and engage in ongoing training for mentors.
Any pediatric faculty member at the Clinical Associate, Associate, Clinical Professor or Professor level is encouraged to apply. The position of mentor is covered by a 5% FTE from the Department of Pediatrics. Applications are due Monday, October 3, 2022.