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Basia belza phd rn faan university of w ashington
Basia Belza, PhD, RN, FAANUniversity of Washington

Mentoring to Success:

Characteristics of Good Mentors


Conflict of interest disclosure statement
Conflict of Interest / Disclosure Statement

Receipt of royalties from MAPI Research Trust


Objectives
Objectives

  • To understand characteristics of good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentees can expect from good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentors look for in a mentee.

  • To identify opportunities to meet potential mentors.


A mentor is a trusted counselor or guide
A mentor is a trusted counselor or guide.



Studies indicate that those who receive effective mentoring show greater
Studies indicate that those who receive effective mentoring show greater…

  • Productivity

  • Academic success

  • Professional success


Develop a vision of the mentoring you desire
Develop a Vision of the Mentoring you Desire

  • What kind of mentoring have I received?

  • Would I describe my past mentoring relationships as collegial or apprenticeship? Which do I prefer at this stage of my professional development?

  • What did I find most/least useful about the mentoring I received?

  • What kind of mentoring did I not receive earlier that would be particularly helpful to me now?


Characteristics of Mentors

Approach to facilitating

Personal style

Professional expertise


Resources references
Resources/References

http://www.grad.washington.edu/mentoring/students/

Several stimulating TED talks on mentoring.


Joan c rogers phd otr l faota university of pittsburgh pittsburgh pa
Joan C. Rogers, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTAUniversity of PittsburghPittsburgh, PA

Mentoring to Success:

What can Mentees Expect from a

Good Mentor?


Conflict of interest disclosure statements
Conflict of Interest / Disclosure Statements

As an educational provider accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) it is the ACR's policy to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its educational activities. Faculty participating in an ACR-sponsored activity must disclose to the editorial team and audience any financial or other relationship(s) including, but not limited to:

  • Stock, stock options or bond holdings in a for-profit corporation or self-directed pension plan

    Joan Rogers discloses, Bristol Myers Squibb

    2. Research grants

    Joan Rogers discloses National Institute of Nursing Research – University of Pittsburgh, Promoting Physical Activity in Older Adults with Comorbidity

    3. Employment (full or part-time)

    4. Ownership or partnership

    5. Consulting fees or other remuneration (payment)

    6. Non-remunerative positions of influence such as officer, board member, trustee or public spokesperson

    7. Receipt of royalties

    8. Speakers' bureau

    9. Other


Objectives1
Objectives:

  • To understand characteristics of good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentees can expect from good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentors look for in a mentee.

  • To identify opportunities to meet potential mentors.


Good mentors
Good mentors:

  • Immerse their mentees in their research environment (lab)


Good mentors1
Good mentors:

  • Immerse their mentees in their research environment (lab):

    • Research planning meetings

    • Journal clubs

    • Meetings with visiting scholars

    • Career development

    • Social hour


Good mentors2
Good mentors:

  • Immerse their mentees in their research environment (lab)

  • Assist mentees to develop the skills needed for a successful research/academic career


Good mentors3
Good mentors:

  • Assist mentees to develop the skills needed for a successful research/academic career

    • Learn clinical/laboratory skills

    • Write research articles

    • Prepare grant applications

    • Respond to unfavorable manuscript reviews

    • Write peer reviews of articles/grants

    • Interact with IRB

    • Speak at conferences

    • Ask good questions

    • Communicate with grant administrators


Good mentors4
Good mentors:

  • Assist mentees to develop the skills needed for a successful research/academic career

    • Learn the “politics” of an academic career

      • Circumventing bureaucracy

      • Managing conflict

      • Getting nominated for awards

      • Selecting referees for promotion


Good mentors5
Good mentors:

  • Immerse their mentees in their research environment (lab)

  • Assist mentees to develop the skills needed for a successful research/academic career

  • Provide career advice


Good mentors6
Good mentors:

  • Provide career advice

    • Managing conflicting priorities

    • Assessing the fit between your career goals and your departmental/institutional resources


Good mentors7
Good mentors:

  • Immerse their mentees in their research environment (lab)

  • Assist mentees to develop the skills needed for a successful research/academic career

  • Provide career advice

  • Assist mentees to develop useful contacts


Good mentors8
Good mentors:

  • Immerse their mentees in their research environment (lab)

  • Assist mentees to develop the skills needed for a successful research/academic career

  • Provide career advice

  • Assist mentees to develop useful contacts

  • Provide psychosocial support


Joan c rogers phd otr l faota university of pittsburgh pittsburgh pa1
Joan C. Rogers, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTAUniversity of PittsburghPittsburgh, PA

Mentoring to Success:

What do mentors look for in a mentee?


Objectives2
Objectives:

  • To understand characteristics of good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentees can expect from good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentors look for in a mentee.

  • To identify opportunities to meet potential mentors.


Good mentees
Good mentees:

  • Are passionate about science


Good mentees1
Good mentees:

  • Are passionate about science

  • Are goal-directed


Good mentees2
Good mentees:

  • Are passionate about science

  • Are goal-directed

  • Work at cultivating the mentoring relationship


References
References

  • American Heart Association. (2003). Mentoring handbook. American Heart Association.

  • Cupples, S. A. (1999). Selection, care, and feeding of a research mentor. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders, 12, Suppl 1, S22-S28.

  • Lee, A., Dennis, C., & Campbell, P. (2007). Nature’s guide for mentors. Nature, 447, 791-797.

  • Lee, J. M., Anzai, Y., & Langlotz, C. P. (2006). Mentoring the mentors: Aligning mentor and mentee expectations. Academic Radiology, 13(5), 556-561.

  • Zellers, D. F., Howard, V. M., & Barcic, M. A. (2008). Faculty mentoring programs: Reenvisioning rather than reinventing the wheel. Review of Educational Research, 78(3), 552-588. DOI:10.3102/0034654308320966.

  • Zerzan, J. T., Hess, R., Schur, E., Phillips, R. S., & Rigotti, N. (2009). Making the most of mentors: A guide for mentees. Academic Medicine, 84(1), 140-144.


Carol a oatis pt phd arcadia university glenside pa
Carol A. Oatis, PT, PhDArcadia UniversityGlenside, PA

Mentoring to Success:

How to find a good mentor?


Conflict of interest disclosure statements1
Conflict of Interest / Disclosure Statements

Receipt of royalties– WoltersKluwer Publisher


Objectives3
Objectives:

  • To understand characteristics of good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentees can expect from good mentors.

  • To discuss what mentors look for in a mentee.

  • To identify opportunities to meet potential mentors.





Give yourself permission to ask

Give yourself permission to “ask”!

…but what are you asking for???


Know what you want from your mentor s
Know what you want from your mentor(s)

  • Motivation?

  • Advice?

  • Listener?

  • Role model?

  • Achiever?

Jennifer Dulski

COO, Change.org


Popping the question
Popping the Question

  • Let the relationship develop

  • Facilitate the development of the relationship



There is no place like home
…There is no place like home!

  • Friends and family

  • Doing what you want to do

  • Teachers

  • Supervisors

  • Professional organizations

  • Online sites eg LinkedIn.com, Biomch-L



There is no such thing as one size fits all
There is no such thing as“One size fits all”!


Mentors for
Mentors for

  • Different elements of life

  • Different phases of life




References

  • Eastman PD. Are you my mother?. Random House, 1960

  • LinkedIn.com


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