The mentoring scheme is a unique opportunity for members to be matched with an experienced mentor, to gain first-hand experience in becoming a rheumatology researcher.
Our mentors are experienced academics from all rheumatology professions, who will nurture you on attaining your researching goal, while providing support and guidance along the way. You will have the opportunity to lead on work as well as share new experiences and build on your own skill set. The scheme covers the whole of the UK
We would like to support a wide range of potential researchers, so whether you are an experienced consultant looking to move into an academic career, an early career researcher, or even have no research experience yet but an interest or idea you’d like support to develop, then we encourage you to apply.
Mentees will be offered:
To ensure success:
You can apply by emailing Deborah McDonald in the research department.
Are you an experienced and successful academic? Could you support junior medical and/or allied health professionals to reach their personal research aspirations?
Mentoring offers the opportunity to guide and encourage the activities of early career rheumatology researchers.
The benefits of becoming a mentor: