The Harvard University CFAR is inviting you to attend a

 

Mentoring the Mentors Workshop for HIV Researchers


Date: Monday and Tuesday, October 24th and 25th, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Location: MGH Center for Global Health, 125 Nashua St, Suite 4200, Boston, MA 02114

REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOP

Drs. Jessica Haberer, Sherri-Ann Burnett-Bowie, Wafaie Fawzi, and Monica Gandhi are pleased to bring the well-established “Mentoring the Mentors” Workshop for HIV Researchers to MGH, in Boston. This two-day workshop—modeled after the program held at UCSF since 2012—is an intensive and interactive meeting designed to provide faculty in HIV research with the tools for more effective mentoring especially of diverse mentees and focusing particularly on those from underrepresented racial/ethnic backgrounds. *Guest speaker: Dr. Taharee Jackson.

Jessica Haberer, MD, MS

Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH

Sherri-Ann Burnett-Bowie, MD, MPH

Wafaie Fawzi, PhD, MB, BS

The workshop features didactic and interactive sessions on practical tips for mentoring including sessions on the meaning of mentorship, leadership styles, emotional intelligence, distance mentoring, team-based mentoring, individual development plans, funding sources for mentoring efforts, time management, and teaching work-life balance to mentees. The workshop also involves discussion of barriers related to being an early career investigator of diversity (e.g., microaggressions and unconscious bias) and how to be anti-racist as a mentor.

 

Descriptions and findings from UCSF workshops are found here: 1st workshop, 2nd workshop, 3rd workshop.

 

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Fostering Diversity in HIV Research Program (R25MH119857) and the Harvard University CFAR (P30 AI060354).

 

Eligibility: Investigators who are currently mentoring early career researchers engaged and/or interested in HIV research. Institutional affiliation does not need to be within the Harvard system.

 

Registration for the workshop closes Monday, October 17 or sooner if capacity is met!

 

Questions can be addressed to Lindsey Garrison, MPH (legarrison@mgh.harvard.edu)

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