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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.8, No. 02)

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Page : 386-407

Keywords : Mentoring and Emergency Medicine Mentor and Mentee Relation Mentoring Program in India;

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Introduction: Mentoring process receives a lot of attention from the researchers, providing multiple definitions on what exactly are mentor, mentee and mentoring process.Mentoring is a vital component of education, personal growth, and career development in every profession. Background: As mentoring is an essential part of Emergency Residency program, as it is very much necessary for carrier and academic development. But little has been written about mentoring in emergency medicine Objective: To find out Benefits of mentor mentee program. Aim Of The Study- 1. To study the benefits of mentor mentee program for residents and practice of mentoring in tertiary care hospital in India. 2. To know the students perception on mentoring relationship in an organization. 3. To understand the factors effecting mentoring relationship. Limitations Of The Study: In spite of every sincere effort my study has lacunae.The notable short comings of this study are: 1. The sample size was small. Only 200 cases are not sufficient for this kind of study. 2. As data collection was done via survey monkey there was a delay and some of them did not response. 3. The study population is being tested upon a confined set of questionnaire and it may not cover the entire range of questions. Materials And Method: A descriptive and observational, multicentric, hospital-based, questionnaire based study was conducted. 200 residents of emergency medicine evaluating the effect of mentoring on career choices and academic advancement. For statistical analysis data wereentered into a Microsoft excel spreadsheet and then analyzed by SPSS 27.0. Ethics & Scientific Committee Approval: Clinical research and ethics committee Peerless hospital Hospitex & Research center approval date 27th December 2018. Approval letter attached. Result And Discussion: Our study found that maximum emergency residents think development of clinical skills via mentoring was helpful and very helpful for developing administrative skills. Most of the emergency residents think mentoring was very helpful platform for Academic development and helpful for Research or Publication. But in our study emergency residents think mentoring was not helpful for psychological support. Conclusion: The mentor?mentee relationship provides mutual benefit to both participants. We suggested that mentoring increases the likelihood of successful clinical skills and Academic development. It was also found that mentoring was also helpful to develop administrative skills and Research or Publication but it was not that much helpful for psychological support of the student. As emergency medicine is stressful challenging psychological support is very much necessary .We suggest that attention should be taken towards psychological support. Keys to success is commitment to the mentor-mentee relationship, an awareness of both responsibilities and avoidance of pitfalls.

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