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MAOFP's Mentor Program facilitates meaningful one-on-one mentorship opportunities between physicians, residents and students. Each participant may serve as a mentor and/or mentee to best meet their needs and goals. For example, a new physician or resident may wish to mentor a medical student or another resident, or he/she may wish to receive mentorship from a more experienced physician. 

 Submit your application here.

Program Structure

Interested members will complete an application and identify areas of needed support from a mentor and/or knowledge and guidance they would like to share with a mentee. MAOFP staff and leadership will pair members with complementary needs and strengths.

MAOFP will hold a virtual kick-off meeting to review the program structure and expectations of participation. Each mentorship pair will determine their own schedule and methods of communication (scheduled calls, in-person or virtual meetings, emails, etc.). It is highly recommended that each pair connect at least once per month.  

Mentor Benefits

  • Positively impact the field of osteopathic family medicine

  • Enhancement of coaching, leadership, and management skills
  • Exposure to a diversity of thought, style, personality, and culture
  • Satisfaction in sharing your wisdom and experience with others
  • Opportunity to reflect on your own goals and practices

Mentee Benefits

  • Access to a support system during critical stages of career development
  • Gain knowledge and perspective on navigating your career
  • Exposure to diverse perspectives and experiences
  • Opportunity to develop career goals with input from an experienced physician


Participant Expectations

  • Adhere to the communications schedule established by the mentorship pair and/or provide timely notice when rescheduling is necessary.
  • Come prepared for each communication and follow through on agreed-upon action steps (e.g., sharing a resource, making an introduction).
  • Respond to calls/emails from the mentor/mentee in a timely manner.
  • Respect the confidentiality of discussions and only disclose information discussed with the permission of the mentor/mentee.
  • Notify MAOFP staff immediately if you are no longer able to actively participate in the program.

Questions?

Contact the MAOFP office at info@maofp.org or (517) 253-8037. 

2501 Jolly Road, Suite 110 | Okemos, MI 48864

517.253.8037 | fax: 517.220.2969
info@maofp.org


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