The Duke Office for Research Mentoring in collaboration with the Duke CTSA and the NIH sponsored National Research Mentoring Network offers a case-based Mentor Training Curriculum for investigators at all experience levels. Small discussion group sessions focus on 6 key mentorship competencies:
Maintaining Effective Communication
Addressing Equity and Inclusion
Promoting Professional Development
Tailored Individual Group Sessions – Designed for up to 35 participants within individual divisions, T32 programs, etc. Two trained facilitators will provide 6 hours of training scheduled at the program’s convenience over 1-6 sessions. Content can be adapted to meet particular needs or interests. Departmental cost for facilitator time is $1000 total (additional fee for food or beverages). Contact the Office for Research Mentoring for more information: email@example.com.
Open Registration Mentor Training Events – Free to all School of Medicine Faculty and Trainees. Attendees will work in small groups with a facilitator, as well as in large group panel discussions. Next sessions planned for Fall 2020.