Mentorship program for clinical staff
To foster and support an organizational culture of mentorship, which inspires people to live our values, strengthen relationships, and encourages professional growth, development, and leadership capacity.
Mentorship: relationship in which a person invests time, energy, and personal knowledge to support and assist a new or transitioning colleague in his/her transition, growth and development.
Mentor: a peer who provides support and advice to a new or transitioning peer (mentee), guiding him or her to their full potential. The mentor serves as a role model, social support, peer resource, advisor.
Mentee: an equally competent, but new or transitioning employee who proactively engages and participates in the orientation/mentorship process.
Benefits of Mentorship:
- Builds relationships
- Increases satisfaction
- Promotes integration
- Supports profession
- Provides recognition
- Develops leadership
- Shares experience
- Builds foundation
- Promotes success
- Provides support
- Promotes growth
For more information, contact us.
Mentorship Program: Video Testimonials
Testimonials: Providence Care staff share their perspective on the Mentorship Program as a mentor, mentee, manager or contributor to the curriculum. Click the “Play all” button to watch these clips in order or browse through the clips by selecting “Playlist”.
For more information about this program, please contact a Mentorship Committee Member:
Manager, Professional Practice – Allied Health
613-544-4900, Ext. 53389
Clinical Education Coordinator
613-544-4900, Ext. 53350
Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy Assistant
613-544-4900, Ext. 53181
Program Manager, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
613-544-4900, Ext. 51360
613-544-4900, Ext. 53251
613-544-4900, Ext. 83048
Program Manager, Seniors Mental Health/Seniors Rehabilitative Care
613-544-4900, Ext. 61439
Administrative Assistant, Professional Practice
613-544-4900, Ext. 52303
As a resource for ethical issues related to the Mentorship Program, please contact:
Dr. Neil Elford
Director, Spiritual Health, Mission & Ethics
613-544-4900, Ext. 53383