Proposed Model and Approach to Graduate Mentorship and Supervision During COVID-19

  title={Proposed Model and Approach to Graduate Mentorship and Supervision During COVID-19},
  author={Carol Nash},
  • C. Nash
  • Published 29 January 2021
  • Psychology
Before COVID-19, post-secondary learning was dominated by in-person, institution-organized meetings. With the March 12, 2020 lockdown, learning became virtual, largely dependent on commercial online platforms. Already more likely to experience anxiety and depression in re-lation to their research work, perhaps no students have endured more regarding the limitations imposed by COVID-19 on their mentorship and supervision than graduate students. The in-crease in mental health issues facing… 
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