COVID-19: A call for mentorship in radiology
Clin Imaging . 2021 Apr 12;79:48-51. doi: 10.1016/j.clinimag.2021.04.003. Online ahead of print.
Rachel Perry, Jay Parikh
During the COVID-19 pandemic, mentorship relationships have undergone significant strain. Sudden changes in the practice environment have caused radiologists to focus their attention to more immediate and essential clinical needs, thus leaving important extracurricular non-clinical endeavors like mentorship by the wayside. However, mentorship is essential more than ever during the pandemic to build strength and resilience in radiology. Specifically, mentorship can foster job resilience, facilitate career development, promote diversity, support wellness, and stimulate future practice growth during this pandemic. Practical actions are described that mentors can follow to help develop and sustain mentorship relationships during the pandemic. SUMMARY: Mentorship is critical now during the COVID-19 pandemic to build strength and resilience in radiology.
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