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  • Dr. Hammad Durrani, MBBS,MSc, Manager Research (eHealth) The Aga Khan University, Karachi. Pakistan PAN Asian Collaboration for evidence-based e-Health Adoption and Application (PANACeA ) PAN ALL Conference 12-14 June 2009 Penang , Malaysia Mentorship and Capacity Building: Navigating the Mentoring Process to Strengthen Research
  • Snap Shot Mentorship About PANACeA PANACeA mentoring Structure
    • What is mentorship?
  • "Mentoring is a protected relationship in which learning and experimentation can occur, potential skills can be developed, and in which results can be measured in terms of competencies gained rather than curricular territory covered". "...it is a relationship rather than an activity“ “ A Mentor helps their Mentee(s) to build their own road map, and then to stay on-track until they successfully reach their destination.”
  • WHAT IS PANACeA ?
    • “ PANACeA ( PAN A sian C ollaborative for e vidence-based e -health A doption and A pplication )”
      • To undertake collaborative research that promotes evidence-based adoption and application of technologically appropriate e-health solutions within the Pan Asian (South Asia, East Asia and Southeast Asian) contexts.
    General Objective
  • PANACeA and its Mentorship Structure
    • Which eHealth applications and practices have had the most beneficial outcomes ?
    • What are the best ways for ensuring that beneficial outcomes can reach the population?
    • What is the potential of using new pervasive technologies such as mobile phones / PDAs?
    • What types of technologies / applications are best suited to help prepare for, or mitigate the effects of, disasters, pandemics and emerging and re-emerging diseases ?
    Study Questions
    • To support a set of multi-country research activities to address the four core research questions.
    • To create a theoretical model for evaluating good practice in eHealth programs in Asia .
    • To build research capacity amongst Asian researchers to evaluate and adopt appropriate eHealth technologies and practices and influence policy and decision-makers .
    • To disseminate research findings widely in the regional and international research communities .
    PANACeA Specific Objectives
  • PANACeA Scoping
  • AKU U of C Projects PCTAs AMT IDRC Administrative Structure
  • Working Structure
  • Projects Leading Country Other partners Economic Evaluation Framework Of Computerization In Hospitals Pakistan Philippines India, Afghanistan Portable System for Telemedicine and Health Information in Rural and Remote Areas Malaysia Sri Lanka Nepal Afghanistan Improving maternal health care services by using ICTs for remote consultation and education Mongolia Philippines Development and implementation of eHealth Framework at Primary Health Care: Piloting in four Asian Countries India Pakistan Philippines Indonesia Exploratory Intervention Research on eHealth for the Visually Challenged Bangladesh Philippines India Online TB Diagnostic Committees for Clinically Suspect Sputum Negative Patients in the TB-DOTS Program Philippines Pakistan A Systematic Review of Current ICT applications in Disasters: A potential for integrating TM Indonesia   Community-based e-Health Promotion for Safe Motherhood: Linking Community Maternal Health Needs with Health Services System by mHealth Philippines Pakistan Indonesia
  • PCTAs
  • AKU team Angelo Molly Ruben Richard Debbo Parshant Sogei Haroon Irma Amar Jason Alvin Jai Shabina Palitha Mohan AMT Members Project Leads Members
  • AKU Team Angelo Molly Ruben Richard Debbo Parshant Sogei Haroon Irma Amar Jason Alvin Jai Shabina Palitha Mohan AMT Members Project Leads Members
  • Debbo Parshant Sogei Haroon Irma Amar Jason Alvin Jai Shabina Palitha Mohan Project Leads Members
  • Debo Parshant Sogei Haroon Irma Amar Jason Alvin Jai Shabina Palitha Mohan Community of eHealth Researchers
  • PANACeA and its Mentorship Structure PANACeA presents a unique picture of working in a multicounty network environment It brings diverse organizations together with their own cultural backgrounds Mentoring function has been brought into PANACeA as a means of providing a single point of contact It is there to help individual project teams successfully complete their research
  • Mentor Principles
    • Precise role of a mentor varies (according to the experience and needs of the people involved), and changes (different needs at different points in time).
    • A good mentor teaches the mentee(s) "how to fish", but does not fish for them.
    • As a mentor, you have the opportunity to create a climate that is relaxed, trusting, mutually respectful, informal, informative, cooperative, and supportive.
    • A good mentor knows when to direct a mentee to alternate and knowledgeable sources
    • Give feedback in a positive manner
    • Out of scope activities of a mentor
    • Don’t give feed back when time, place, or circumstances are inappropriate (for example, in the presence of others, unless as a team).
  • Mentor Roles (the C-rule)
    • Coach ; provide support and encouragement
    • Counselor. As a counselor, the mentor encourages the mentee(s) to develop problem-solving skills ..
    • Consultant. Here the role is to act as an information source .
    • Confidence. The mentor and mentee(s) should enjoy a trusting, lasting, and open relationship
    • Capacity Referral Agent. Here the mentor works with the mentee(s) to determine what knowledge, skills, or abilities are needed to reach successful completion of the project, and to try to find or develop them
    • Consistency. It is essential that Mentor and Mentee(s) keep track of progress, and to do so requires regular contact
  • PANACeA ROLES
    • Partners
    • Ensure effective and efficient implementation of
    • PANACeA project in their own country.
    • This role needs to be fulfilled in coordination with the
    • project lead and other partners within stipulated time.
    • Project Leads
    • Ensure effective and efficient implementation of their project.
    • Fulfillment of this role requires skills in time management and collaboration, as well as institutional commitment.
    • Mentors
    • Ensure that each component / member of the project is fully aware of, and is progressing towards the achievement of the objectives of that particular project.
    • Confirms that the overall project aligns with the objectives of PANACeA, and the staff members and institutional leaderships are aware of these objectives.
  • Project lead RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Research Responsibilities
      • Be accountable for implementing the project according to the agreed plan.
      • Ensure that collaborative links between the Project members are appropriately established and maintained.
      • Collaborate with mentors in providing research support for the entire project and individual partners
      • Collaborate with the AKU team and AMT in monitoring and supervising project activities.
      • Collaborate with PCTA leads to incorporate learning.
      • Evaluate the study findings through data analysis.
      • Disseminate the study results through mediums like research papers, posters, conference presentations, press releases, news items, and pamphlets.
      • Identify areas of capacity building.
    • Financial and Administrative structure
      • Ensure that technical, administrative, and financial information is received from partners, then compiled and reported on time to AKU.
      • Maintain all financial records and reports as described in the agreement.
      • Ensure that project funds are dispatched to partners based on the reports and set deliverables.
      • Support AKU team and AMT during Networking visits for project related activities.
      • Ensure that the project expenses claimed by project partners are in line with the approved budget.
      • Ensure that proper approval is sought from AKU before any extra expenses or significant shift (greater than 5%) between budget lines are made.
    Project lead RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Communication Responsibilities
        • Arrange regular and productive meetings. 1-2 meetings a month with invitation to the team mentor, are recommended.
        • Meetings should use virtual connectivity (e.g. Skype, Elluminate/WebEx), be minuted, and not exceed 90 min.
        • Ensure their ongoing research activities and findings are updated regularly on the PANACeA website.
    Project lead RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Partners RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Research Responsibilities
      • Accountable for implementing project as agree
      • Maintain collaborative links with project lead, co-lead, partners and mentor
      • Incorporate learning's from PCTAs
      • Evaluate study findings
      • Disseminate results
    • Financial and Administrative Responsibilities
      • Maintaining all financial records
      • Ensuring inline expenses
      • Sending reports (technical and financial)
      • Approval (if > 5%)
  • Partners RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Communication Responsibilities
      • Attend regular project meetings, annual workshops
      • Following communication protocol
      • Regularly visits PANACeA website and participate in discussion forum
  • Mentor RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Research Responsibilities
      • Help the project lead in dealing with any issues with the flow of resources and the reporting of expenses between the partners.
      • Mentor should also facilitate coordination between the project team and the Network team based at AKU.
      • The mentor works with the mentee(s) to determine what knowledge, skills, or abilities are needed to reach successful completion of the project, and to try to find or develop them. For any identified requirement that is lacking, the mentor and mentee(s) together develop an action plan that outlines how the requirement might be achieved.
    • Financial and Administrative Responsibilities
      • Facilitate coordination among the partners of the same project, and with other teams and AMT members whenever required.
      • Help the project lead in dealing with any issues with the flow of resources and the reporting of expenses between the partners. Mentor should also facilitate coordination between the project team and the Network team based at AKU.
    Mentor RESPONSIBILITIES
        • Communication Responsibilities
      • Ensure that the networking is exercised to resolve research issues, facilitate mutual learning, and submit technical and financial reports.
      • Help the project team use website for interaction and knowledge sharing with among project partners and with other teams and experts.
      • Plan for dissemination of research findings to internal and external stakeholders.
    Mentor RESPONSIBILITIES
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  • ROLE PLAYS What we hear, we forget; what we see, we remember; what we do, we understand! Old Master “Confucius”
  • Points to Ponder
    • Role play is an active learning, experiential or active learning
    • More you engage more you learn
    • There are no right answers
    • You are not graded
    • Active learning in a safe settings
    • As participatory, therefore more retention, more accessible
    • Opportunity to recognize ethical problems
  • Discussion What have we Learnt?
  • Take Home Slide
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  • Framework for building a Mentorship Program