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Mentorship is important in the journey towards becoming a Clinician Scientist (CS) as it serves as a channel for aspiring CSes to reach out to established CSes within their research field/clinical specialty for career advice and professional development.
The Joint Office of Academic Medicine – Academic Programmes Management Department (JOAM – APMD) recognises the importance of mentorship within the academic healthcare ecosystem. We hope to connect our faculty Mentors with aspiring CSes who can journey together with us in the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre.
Through the efforts of JOAM – APMD and the Academic Clinical Programmes (ACPs), we have complied a list which contains key information on our faculty Mentors who are established CSes in their fields.
The ACPs bring together specialists in a particular discipline from different institutions to maximise the power of shared knowledge and resources, across different domains (clinical care, education and research). Aspiring CSes are encouraged to touch base with the faculty Mentors directly, while keeping JOAM – APMD in the loop.
Click Here for the list of Mentors. Please include firstname.lastname@example.org in the copy.
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