Publications Mentoring health researchers globally: Diverse experiences, programmes, challenges and responses
Mentoring experiences and programmes are becoming increasingly recognised as important by those engaged in capacity strengthening in global health research. Using a primarily qualitative study design, we studied three experiences of mentorship and eight mentorship programmes for early career global health researchers based in high-income and low- and middle-income countries.
Cole, D. C., Johnson, N., Mejia, R., McCullough, H., Turcotte-Tremblay, A.-M., Barnoya, J., & Luco, (María) Soledad Falabella. (2015). Mentoring health researchers globally: Diverse experiences, programmes, challenges and responses. Global Public Health, p. 1–16.