RESEARCH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
The program has a main objective to serve minority, under resourced, and/or historically discriminated against participants to contribute to the global Otolaryngology Head-Neck surgery body of literature with the goal of improving health equity through access and availability to trusted OHNS evidence for all.
The mentoring program is a 12-month commitment and will include mentoring group, networking events, training, and the opportunity to work or complete a project in collaboration with global OHNS mission.
Monthly organization meeting and involvement within global OHNS members.
The program will be 100% virtual.
Program Length: 12 month, 4-6 hours per month mentees, and 3-4 hours per month mentors.
Availability/flexibility during the mentors working hours.
Mandatory attendance at monthly meetings with your mentor, and coordinator (virtual).
Sufficient english language skills to attend and participate in meeting and trainings (spanish and other languages might be offered depending on mentors availability).
Access to computer and high-speed internet (program is virtual).
Able to commit to 12 months and time commitments.
Flexibility, professionalism, and enthusiasm.
Fill out trimestral questionnaires.
An experience trusted advisor in otolaryngology or global health fields. If you are interested to be a mentor, please complete this survey.
A person who is advised or trained by a mentor. If you are interested to be a mentee, please complete this survey.
A person who monitors the progress and outcomes of the one-one relationship between mentors and mentee. Coordinators will be recruited from the Global OHNS Initiative members.
Current Mentees (2023-2024)
Kyembe Ignitius Salachi
Law Shen Hong
Mariana Gomes Martins
Muhammad Ahmed Bajwa
Oxiris Yexalén García González
Rahim Abo Kasem
Saba Habtu Hagos
Samuel Oreoluwa David
Yun-hsuan (Stellina) Lee
United States of America (3)
Syrian Arab Republic