Assessing the Impact of Mentoring

Faculty members from College of Medicine are leading a research study titled, “Assessment of Impact of Mentorship from the Education Pathway through the Health Sciences.” Research studies involve only people who choose to participate. You are being asked to participate in this study because you are a valued member of OU Health Sciences Center. Research studies involve only people who choose to participate. Your participation in this survey will help guide essential mentor and mentee development for the entire campus; we value your time and feedback. Results from this study will identify optimal areas of emphasis where focused training may enhance the core competencies of institutional mentors. Our goal is to develop and support a strong institutional culture of faculty mentorship.

 

There is no benefit or risk to you for participating in this study. Taking part in this study will not cost you anything. You may stop your participation at any time without negative consequences. Although the Principal Investigator and Co-Investigators have both faculty and administrative appointments, this study is not part of official administrative or faculty roles.  There is no requirement to participate in the study or respond to any survey items.  The Investigators will not know whether or not you participated.   You will not be identifiable by name or description in any reports or publications about this study. You may choose not to take the survey.  Your choice to participate or not to participate is entirely unrelated to any employment decision within OU Health. If you choose to participate, your consent is implied by completion of the survey.

 

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If you have questions about this study, please contact me at 405-271-5121 or email Natasha-Mickel@ouhsc.edu. For questions about your rights as a research subject, contact the OUHSC Director of the Human Research Participant Protection Program at 405-271-2045.