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Volume 26, Issue 3 - Observational Studies

Mentoring tomorrow’s medical writers

Abstract

Mentoring may be valuable to today’s students who are considering their future career options in an increasingly competitive, demanding, and challenging world. This article outlines the author’s experience of mentoring tomorrow’s medical writers, provides examples of the topics discussed in mentoring sessions, and describes the skills required to provide effective support. A successful mentoring relationship can provide developmental benefits for both mentor and mentee.
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  1. Alred G, Garvey B. The mentoring pocketbook. 3rd ed. Alresford: Management Pocketbooks Ltd; 2010. Available from: http://

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