PRIM&R’s Mentoring Program matches members in the early stages of their careers or who are facing work-related challenges with seasoned professionals who provide ongoing or occasional guidance on a volunteer basis. Whether you are new to the research oversight world or have years of experience, there is a place for you.
How the Program Works
Mentors and mentees are paired based on criteria such as specific areas of interest, institution type, and goals. Once a match is made, the two individuals become responsible for structuring a collaboration that works best for them. PRIM&R staff will check in periodically with both participants to ensure the fit and success of their relationship. We will also provide you with our Mentoring Toolkit, which includes tips for success, expectations, and a worksheet to help you structure your first meeting. Download our Mentoring Toolkit here.
Who should be a mentor?
Research ethics professionals from all branches of the field are needed to help build the next generation of leaders. If you’ve been involved in the field for more than two years, we are certain there is a mentee who would be thrilled to learn from your experience. We are looking for mentors in a variety of areas and with a range of experience. Interested? Apply today!
Who should be a mentee?
Anyone in the field of research ethics who feels they have unanswered questions or could benefit from the advice of an experienced professional. Mentees should be genuinely interested in learning, developing their skill set, and responding to thoughtful advice. If this describes you, let us know!
To participate in PRIM&R's Mentoring Program, please fill out the online form. We will be in touch as soon as we have identified a match for you.