The regional team plays a critical role in ensuring the success of the Doctor Mentor programme by implementing the programme at a local level, providing support to mentors and mentees, and collaborating with local healthcare organisations. Out Regional Teams consist of several individuals with different roles and responsibilities, such as: the Regional Program Director, the Regional Coordinator, the Mentoring Facilitator, the Outreach Coordinator and the Data Analyst.
Our Regional Teams are responsible for implementing and managing Doctor Mentor programmes at a regional or NHS Trust level. Here are some of the key responsibilities of our Regional Team at Doctor Mentor:
Regional Teams are responsible for recruiting qualified mentors and mentees within their region. This includes identifying potential participants, promoting the program to local healthcare organisations and professional associations, and communicating with potential participants about program requirements and expectations.
Regional Team are responsible for coordinating mentoring activities within their region to NHS Trust. This includes scheduling mentoring sessions, providing guidance to mentors and mentees, and ensuring that programme requirements are met.
Regional Teams are responsible for providing support to mentors and mentees within their region or NHS Trust. This includes answering questions, addressing concerns, and providing guidance and resources as needed.
Regional Team are responsible for monitoring the quality of the mentoring program within their region. This includes collecting feedback from mentors and mentees, assessing program effectiveness, and making recommendations for improvement.
Regional Team are responsible for collaborating with local healthcare organisations to promote the program and identify potential mentors and mentees. This includes building relationships with local hospitals, clinics, and medical associations.
Regional Teams are responsible for collecting data on program activities and outcomes within their region. This includes tracking the number of mentors and mentees, the frequency and duration of mentoring sessions, and the impact of the program on participants.