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Doctor Mentor's Research and Impact Committee

Overall, the Recruitment and Engagement Committee plays a critical role in ensuring the success of a doctor mentoring and wellbeing program by identifying and engaging with qualified candidates who can benefit from the program.


The Research and Impact Committee is responsible for evaluating the effectiveness of the Doctor Mentor programme and identifying opportunities for improvement.

Responsibilities of the Research and Impact Committee

The committee includes individuals with experience in research and evaluation, as well as those with expertise in measuring the impact of mentorship and wellbeing programmes on healthcare professionals.

The committee’s primary responsibilities include:

  1. Developing and implementing a research plan to evaluate the effectiveness of Doctor Mentor programmes.
  2. Collect and analyse data on the outcomes of the programme, including participant satisfaction, improvements in wellbeing and work-life balance, and changes in professional skills and competencies.
  3. Identify opportunities for program improvement based on research findings.
  4. Disseminate research findings to programme stakeholders, including programme participants, funders, and the broader medical community.