1. Overview of Generations in the Workplace
Charlene Edie Gamaldo, M.D.,
Fatima F. Aly, M.D., Camilla Curren, M.D.

2. Sources of Intergenerational Conflict
Steven E. Bishop, M.D.,
Sarah Stein, M.Ed., Lawrence Loo, M.D.

3. Health Care Through the Years: A Generational Perspective
Guillermo E. Solorzano, M.D., M.Sc.,
Hilary F. Ryder, M.D., Gregory Briscoe, M.D.

4. Generational Differences in Pre-Clerkship Education
Pearce J. Korb, M.D., For-Shing Lui, M.D.,
Joanne Lynn, M.D.

5. Generational Differences in Clinical Education
Jennifer G. Foster, M.D., M.B.A., Valli R. Annamalai, M.D.,
David L. Eldridge, M.D., F.A.A.P., Imran Ali, M.D.

6. Graduate Medical Education
Travis W. Crook, M.D., Sherron M. Jackson, M.D.,
Patricia G. McBurney, M.D., M.S.C.R.

7. New-to-Practice Physicians
Christopher P. Bruti, M.D., M.P.H.,
Sara Wikstrom, M.D., Jeremy B. Richards, M.D.

8. Millennials as Leaders, Teachers, and Mentors
Kathleen N. Franco, M.D.,
Sarah Gander, M.D., Ezgi Tiryaki, M.D.

9. Generational Differences and Their Implications for Patient Care
Katherine Walsh, M.D., Irene Alexandraki, M.D.,
Lisa D. Forrester, M.D., Ph.D., Cynthia H. Ledford, M.D.,
Kimberly Tartaglia, M.D.

10. Generation Z: What Do We Know So Far?
Geoffrey A. Talmon, M.D.
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The inspiration for this book came from a series
of conversations with mid-career faculty at an
educational meeting.  For the first time in human
history there are four to five generations
interacting regularly in society and the workplace.  
Sociologists and popular culture have given these
groups names: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers,
Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z.  
While intergenerational differences have been
ever present in our history, the likelihood that
someone may be interacting with, working with,
or supervising an individual three generations
distant from theirs is becoming more
commonplace.  The book is intended to be
practical with ideas that are immediately
applicable.  Our goal for this book is raise
awareness of how generational issues impact
medical education and provide medical educators,
trainees, supervisors, and employers with an
understanding of how the newer generations
learn, work, interact with patients, and will
potentially lead.