General surgical trainee experiences of mentoring: a UK regional audit.

@article{Jaffer2010GeneralST,
  title={General surgical trainee experiences of mentoring: a UK regional audit.},
  author={Usman Jaffer and Aaron Pennell and Patrick Musonda},
  journal={Journal of surgical education},
  year={2010},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={19-24}
}
OBJECTIVE Mentoring is advocated as an essential adjunct in work-based learning providing support in career and noncareer related issues. This study aims to investigate trainee experiences and satisfaction with mentoring arrangements. DESIGN E-mail survey of surgical trainees from the East of England Higher Surgical Training Deanery, UK. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Factors affecting presence of a mentoring relationship and satisfaction with mentoring arrangements were analyzed. RESULTS Of all… CONTINUE READING

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