Mentors provide mentees not only with teaching and role modeling, but also with professional and personal guidance, sponsorship, and socialization.1
PCCAMP provides busy clinicians with tools to assist in initiating and sustaining a successful mentoring relationship. Students value and want meaningful and effective relationships with clinicians who can assist them in achieving their goals.
Importance of Mentoring
Cynthia Lord, MHS, PA-C
Founding Director, PA Program, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Tools to help you grow as a mentor
Types of Mentoring Relationships
An overview of the various types of practitioner-to-student mentoring arrangements.
Ready to Mentor?
A quick look at what is required of a mentor, and a self-assessment tool.
Tips for Mentors
A list of key suggestions for mentors that assists in creating a positive experience.
A short list of key items that will ease the clinician into becoming a mentor.
Materials for clinicians to use with mentees.
Guidelines and a mentoring agreement for mentors to access.