The Summa Health Resident Mentorship Outreach Program is a unique medical student support program that aims to assist students in developing their own skills, strategies and capabilities as budding physicians through the guidance of a resident mentor. During the 1st and 2nd years of medical school, it is a critical time for medical students.
Mentorship enables resident physicians to share their professional expertise and personal experiences. The connections made in the program help prepare medical students for a successful future, navigate uncertainty and enhance confidence.
As a mentor, residents will have the opportunity to provide the student(s) academic guidance as well as career and personal development advice.
The insights on managing change and overcoming difficulty can have a deep profound impact, particularly during this time.
With that said, the relationship is mutually beneficial.
Benefits for Resident physicians:
Benefits for Medical Education:
The outreach program is under the leadership of Dr. Yoleetah Ilodi.
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