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Clinical Mentoring

E-learning Modules for Mentors and Mentees

The MACP are delighted to offer thee free-to-access (CSP/MACP funded) 3 e-learning modules for supporting mentors and mentees.

The 3 modules have been written by an expert in the field and are a fantsastic resource for anyone involved in mentoring either as a mentor or mentee. Looking at all aspects of mentoring and how to manage this successfully, the modules also offer sign-posting for further information.

Find a Mentor

There is always a demand for MACP members to become clinical mentors to existing students undertaking postgraduate courses leading to the MACP membership.

The role of a clinical mentor

  • To develop a partnership between the mentor and mentee in order to facilitate higher levels of functioning within a clinical setting
  • To develop a culture of reflection, critical thinking and inquiry to promote personal and professional development
  • To support, nurture, respect, encourage, befriend and learn
  • To act as an objective assessor

Benefits of being a clinical mentor

  • To support others in their MACP journey
  • To develop a culture of learning in your workplace
  • To enhance your own personal and professional development
  • To develop your own self-awareness, analytical and constructive feedback skills

Benefits to the workplace

  • Enhance the reputation of the department and positively impact on recruitment and retention
  • Enhance the academic working environment and give staff pride in their workplace
  • Enhance the high standards of the clinical staff and desire to support an academic study to commissioners
  • Mentors of master level student are well respected by MDT and may encourage research, audit and critical clinical appraisal

The following resources are available for MACP Clinical Mentors

Mentors Co-ordinator - For further information regarding the mentoring process then please contact Elaine Dechow (MACP mentors' mentor) -