Mentorship in the health disciplines
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- Renal Society of Australasia Journal, 2015, 11 (1), pp. 41 - 46
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Learning outcomes: On completion of this continuing professional development (CPD) activity, participants will be able to: • identify strategies to support undergraduate students and new staff working in a supernumerary role; • define the roles and responsibilities of the mentor and mentee; • identify key attributes of successful mentors; • discuss the stages of the mentor-mentee relationship and the key elements of each; • describe a suitable strategy for engaging mentees and developing a mutually beneficial mentor-mentee partnership; • enable staff to reflect on their current approaches to providing feedback to mentees and identify areas that may require change; and • identify barriers to a successful mentor-mentee relationship;.
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