Welcome to our survey on mentorship choices

This survey seeks to assess the prevalence of mentor-mentee relationships within the field of anaesthesia and gain a deeper understanding of mentorship dynamics.

Our objective is to identify key socio-demographic factors associated with the selection of mentor-mentee partnerships whilst also examining potential factors that facilitate or hinder the mentorship experience.

In this context, a mentor is defined as an experienced and trusted advisor who provides knowledge, guidance, support, and advancement opportunities to a developing colleague, who can be referred to as a mentee. Think of a mentor as being akin to a career coach.

A mentee, on the other hand, refers to an individual who receives guidance, training, or advice from a mentor and can be likened to a protégé.

Our overarching aim is to promote the establishment of successful mentorships and to make mentorship in anaesthesia more accessible and equitable.

Note that participation is voluntary and anonymous. Your consent will be implied by submitting the survey at the end. 

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