About the role
The mentor will act as an educator, role model and facilitator, sharing their experiences while at the same time, inviting the mentee to participate in their own collaborative networks, and supporting them in their career. A positive mentoring relationship will lead to long term collaborations with mutual benefits and high-quality scientific endeavour.
The mentor will meet with the mentee (remote or in person) on at least three occasions during each year.
An ACNAP mentor will:
- Be an ACNAP Silver Member
- Hold a PhD and have Post-Doctoral experience in cardiovascular care
- Work in a clinical and/or academic setting
How to apply
If you would like to be considered to become an ACNAP mentor please complete the online form :
Application deadline : 3 July, 23:59 CEST.
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'Being a mentor to new researchers is incredibly rewarding. Over the years I have worked with junior researchers who are now colleagues and friends. Not only do they learn from working with me, I find myself challenged and enthused by new ideas. I highly recommend becoming a mentor for ACNAP'.
Lis Neubeck, ACNAP President 2020-2022