Case Studies in Mentoring

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Are you prepared to handle common (and not-so-common) mentoring challenges? Bring your questions and concerns and join us as we explore the nuances of the mentor-mentee relationship. Our case-based discussions help participants discover new strategies to maximize the benefits of this career-enhancing skill. All sessions are facilitated by experienced UAB mentors.

WHERE: Online via Zoom

WHEN: Mondays, 11:00 am - 12 pm, April 1-May 20, 2024 

WHO: Open to investigators at any level from across the CCTS Partner Network, from pre-doctoral students to seasoned faculty members who mentor developing research scientists.

CERTIFICATION: Participants who complete seven of the eight topics in this series will receive a certificate of completion suitable for departmental review and academic promotion. If participants are unable to attend all of the sessions required at one time, please return and complete the session(s) you missed to receive a certificate upon completion.

 DATES & TOPICS

  •  Session 1 - April 1 - Maintaining Effective Communication
  •  Session 2 - April 8 - Aligning Mentor/Mentee Expectations
  •  Session 3 - April 15 - Assessing Mentee Understanding
  •  Session 4 - April 22 - Addressing Equity and Inclusion
  •  Session 5 - April 29 - Cultivating Ethical Behaviors
  •  Session 6 - May 6 - Fostering Independence
  •  Session 7 - May 13 - Promoting Professional Development
  •  Session 8 - May 20 - Developing Negotiating Skills

Monday, May 20 at 11:00am to 12:00pm

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Event Type

Training & Development

Target Audience

Faculty & Staff

Department
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
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