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Doctor Mentor's Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board consists of healthcare professionals, educators, and other experts in the healthcare education field, who provide additional guidance and insights to Doctor Mentor. The Advisory Board also help Doctor Mentor develop new programs, identify emerging trends, and provide valuable industry connections.

The Role of our Advisory Board

  1. Provide insight and guidance on the development of the programme’s goals, objectives, and strategies.
  2. Help identify key stakeholders and partners who could support the programme’s success.
  3. Offer expertise on how to design and implement effective mentorship and wellbeing programs.
  4. Provide feedback on the programme’s structure, content, and delivery methods.
  5. Offer guidance on how to measure the programme’s effectiveness, including outcome measures and impact evaluations.
  6. Provide guidance on how to disseminate the programme’s results and findings to the broader community.
  7. Help to build awareness and support for the programme, including through advocacy and fundraising efforts.


Overall, the advisory board serve as a critical resource to ensure the programme is successful in achieving its goals of supporting the wellbeing of doctors and improving their overall quality of life.

The Advisory Board provides input on what the programme’s overall objectives are, as well as what specific goals and targets the program aims to achieve. They also help ensure that the programme’s goals are aligned with broader health policy priorities and initiatives.

The Advisory Board helps identify and engage key stakeholders who are critical to the program’s success, such as medical associations, academic institutions, and other healthcare organisations. This helps build support for the program and facilitate collaboration among key partners.

The Advisory Board offers expertise on how to design effective mentorship and wellbeing programs, drawing on best practices and evidence-based approaches. This includes guidance on topics such as program structure, content, and delivery methods, as well as strategies for engaging participants and measuring outcomes.

The Advisory Board review and provide feedback on the programme’s structure, content, and delivery methods to ensure they align with best practices and meet the needs of participants. They also provide guidance on how to adapt the program to different settings and populations.

The Advisory Board help develop outcome measures and impact evaluations to assess the programme’s effectiveness. They also provide guidance on data collection and analysis, as well as strategies for disseminating program findings and results.

The Advisory Board help build awareness and support for the programme through advocacy and fundraising efforts. This includes developing communication strategies, engaging with policymakers and the media, and cultivating partnerships with philanthropic organisations and other funders.