Please note that the EOE webpage is currently undergoing updates and changes. During this time of transition, many of our documents and resources can be accessed through the menu at the top of this page labeled 'Educators Menu' in addition to through the link boxes.
If you are unable to find a resource, please email us at email@example.com your query.
If you are a consultant or other health professional seeking coaching and/or mentoring please see the East of England Leadership Academy website here
Our vision in the East of England is that mentoring is available for all trainees to enable them to not only reach their full potential but beyond. Mentoring techniques are designed to enable the exploration of needs, motivations, desires, skills and thought processes to assist a mentee in making lasting change in a supportive and non-judgemental environment.
"To support and encourage people to manage their own learning in order that they may maximise their potential, develop their skills, improve their performance and become the person they want to be."
This is an exciting time in the East of England and there are more mentoring schemes being discussed and launched each month as well as those already up and running. Our role is to facilitate more Specialties and Schools in setting up and running their own mentoring schemes as well as offering support to those already in place. We asked some of those already taking advantages of mentoring to share what mentoring means to them in our short film #mentoringandme - take a look at their thoughts below
We're busy developing lots of resources and although the site is still under construction there is already much we can offer you, below is just a selection.
Whether you're a mentee, mentor, thinking of setting up a scheme or already running one why not pop the kettle on, sit down, and have an explore...
Health Education England - East of England is committed to increasing access to mentoring for trainees across the East Of England. In order to deliver our vision the EoE have appointed a mentoring team including Maria Cooke, Programme Lead for Coaching and Mentoring. The first two Mentoring Fellows Laura Blackburn and Catriona Macdougall were appointed in 2017. Our new fellows are Rujuta, appointed late in 2018, and Falak , appointed in January 2019. Links to their pen portraits can be found on each name.
Online Medical Mentoring Modules have arrived!..
Two 30 minute modules on Medical Mentoring: Training Doctors to Mentor Doctors are now available on e-lfh here.
For more information please contact Mentoring.firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also follow us on twitter @eoementoring
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