Research Mentoring: UW-Madison ICTR
Wisconsin Public Health Association (WPHA): Mentoring Overview
This mentor toolkit includes definitions, why mentor, benefits of being a mentor considerations in the mentor-mentee relationship, and other mentoring, coaching and related links.
“Mentoring Guide: A Guide for Mentors“, Center for Health Leadership and Practice (2003), – overview on building relationships, setting goals, working towards goals, and ending a formal mentoring. Includes a mentoring goal form.
“Mentoring Guide: A Guide for Protégés“, Center for Health Leadership and Practice (2003)
Work Plan example from Scenic Rivers AHEC
“Working through Conflict: Interactive Video Training“, UW-Madison Housing – 6 short videos on topics such as working through conflict, understanding ‘I’ statements, intent vs. impact, deescalating situations, and awareness of feelings.
Precepting Nursing Students – Continuing Education courses developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing. These courses focus on assisting community health nurses to develop the knowledge and skills needed to be effective practice-based preceptors for undergraduate community health nursing students.
Zahner, SJ. Partnerships for learning population-based public health nursing: Web-delivered continuing education for public health nurse preceptors. Public Health Nurs. 2006 Nov-Dec;23(6):547-54. (PDF) Available through Badgerlink. You may have to use your public library card.**
Zahner SJ, Tipple SM, Rather ML, Schendzielos C. Supporting nurse preceptors through online continuing education.J Contin Educ Nurs. 2009 Oct;40(10):468-74. (PDF) Available through Badgerlink. You may have to use your public library card.**
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Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute
The Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute is a continuing education and training resource supported jointly by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) and the Medical College of Wisconsin.