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The association between mentor-mentee network features and publication productivity among early career academic generalists

Journal of General Internal Medicine October 22, 2018

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PAIR Center Research Team


Research-intensive fellowships provide early career academic generalists with research training and mentor relationships that may be important for academic career success. However, the influence of mentorship on these generalists’ publication productivity, which is associated with advancement and retention in academic careers, is not known. We hypothesized that the network around mentors (i.e., how mentors are connected within a community of early career academic generalists, or “mentees”) is associated with mentees’ early career publications.