For mentor contact information please email Nicole Hobbs at hobbsn@u.washington.edu

Overview:

In the spring of 2013, we created a Mentorship Development program to institutionalize mentorship in LMIC countries. The program includes workshops, readings and online resources, and regional conversations about culturally relevant mentorship. The primary objective of the program is to provide junior faculty and post-doctoral trainees with skills and knowledge to develop into mentors.

Our first “Mentoring the Mentors” workshops were hosted in Kenya and Peru in the early summer of 2013 and provided nearly 65 mentors with training on the fundamentals of global health mentorship. The agenda and resources from the meetings are posted below.

Previous Workshops:

  • Peru ‘Mentoring the Mentors’ Workshop
    May 23-24, 2013
    Lima, Peru
    Number of Participants: 40
    Workshop Agenda


These Fogarty alumni went on to encourage mentorship at their institutions through the Clayton-Dedonder Global Health Fellows Program in 2013-2014.

Magaly Blas

MAGALY BLAS

PEGGY MARTINEZ

PEGGY MARTINEZ

DAVID MEYA

DAVID MEYA

ALFRED OSOTI

ALFRED OSOTI

FRANCO ROMANI

FRANCO ROMANI

Learn more about what Fellows are doing in Peru to institutionalize mentorship.

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