Mentors and Mentoring
Good mentors recognize that fostering research integrity and modeling the responsible conduct of research in all their mentoring activities is essential to guiding protégés in what is expected for the ethical practice of research. This chapter describes various roles of the mentor and mentee, and drawing on the literature about research mentoring, presents strategies and practices that appear to enhance the mentoring relationship. Information about cross-race and cross-gender mentoring is presented. Guidelines for selecting a mentor, as well as a tool for mentors and protégés to assess how effectively they are carrying out their roles are also included.
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