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What is covered in this episode ¿Qué es para ti la mentoría ? ¿Cómo la mentoría ha influenciado en tu carrera? ¿Has encontrado, a lo largo de tu carrera, desafíos y/o dificultades en encontrar o mantener una relación de mentoría? ¿Qué estrategias recomiendas para romper con la estructura jerárquica y con las viejas ideas y conceptos que impiden un …
 
More about the Decoding Life podcast We have assembled interviews from some of the most amazing people around the Wellcome Genome Campus to find out about their paths into science. From PhD students to group leaders, software developers to diversity champions, we get a first-hand account of what it is really like to do some of these jobs and learn …
 
Takeaways from today's episode: In reverse mentoring, find someone who is different from you, has a different background and has different perspectives. Aim to build a mutual connection as mentor and mentee, firstly creating a sense of psychological safety which enables open and honest dialogue Reverse mentorship approach empowers people with skill…
 
The ‘Sensational Six’ team: Dr Christine Boinett - Creator and Executive producer Originally from Kenya, is the product manager and head of training for the JUNO and GPS global genome projects at WSI. My expertise is in Bacterial genetics and antimicrobial resistance. In my current role, I develop free online bioinformatic courses for JUNO and GPS …
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Decolonising global health is an ongoing movement allowing people (and researchers) to provide a local context in the conversations surrounding health. Though many definitions exist, it is based on the undoing of the colonial legacy that surrounds countries in the global south. Local health is global health - a local…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Simple science is beautiful, but you must be open and be quick on your, learn on the job and do NOT minimise the advantage of soft skills. There is no curriculum that will teach you all the skills you will need to succeed as an independent researcher but you can seek out good mentorship, engage with the public, pione…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: “I was not put on earth to follow your wishes”, you have to help yourself and reach out to good people who can mentor you. Don’t compromise on your dreams. Get mentorship from multiple sources. You should not self-censor, this is a result of socialisation. Don’t be afraid to speak up. Ask for support when you need it…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Practice: The more you network, the easier it becomes. Be genuine. If you have a true interest in science, and a true interest in people, it is a very powerful combination that will make interactions easy. Not everyone is comfortable with meeting and greeting. The good thing is that you have at least one interest in …
 
Resources: Representation in science: https://www.cell.com/cell/pdf/S0092-8674(20)30740-6.pdf Parachute research:https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(18)30239-0/fulltext The culture of research and how it needs to change: https://www.forbes.com/sites/madhukarpai/2019/11/10/global-health-research-needs-more-than-a-makeover…
 
Resources: Representation in science: https://www.cell.com/cell/pdf/S0092-8674(20)30740-6.pdf Parachute research:https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(18)30239-0/fulltext The culture of research and how it needs to change: https://www.forbes.com/sites/madhukarpai/2019/11/10/global-health-research-needs-more-than-a-makeover…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Research culture requires dialling down on perfectionism which would help to relieve the pressure. People respect it when you say NO, so learn to say NO. politely. Institutions should support mental health support to researchers Be sensitive to different cultural views about mental health Intersectionality in mental …
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Imposter syndrome deals with the struggle of the Internal struggle (often to prove oneself) vs the external environment, including the lack of representation in different fields. In presentations and even in life, remember It’s ok to say ‘I don’t know’. Some ways one can work through the imposter syndrome include: ac…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Building capacity and skills is an effective way to address the vulnerability of young people in Africa, it builds their confidence to thrive. Systemic impact is achieved through policy change, advocacy and investing in the lives of young people who can invest back into their communities. Our niche lies in the abilit…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: A mentor is a wise and trusted counsellor or teacher who is willing to share knowledge and experiences about their life, career and also provides guidance and support. Alternative strategies such as peer, group and virtual mentorship address skills and resource limitations while enabling scalability and access to div…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: It is okay to be vulnerable and share your struggles. Always set boundaries with each other. Don’t restrict yourself, you can find mentors for different things. Be brave and direct and ask someone to be a mentor, the worst they can say is no. Be sure to pay it forward Resources Mentoring health researchers globally b…
 
Takeaways from today's episode: Traditional mentoring is often ad-hoc and vague whereas a structured mentoring programme with the right tools, resources and recognition is more effective. Mentees should be responsible for setting up research agenda and lead discussion with mentors and take ownership of careers and research projects A mentor owes ti…
 
Voices (In order of appearance): Christine Boinett, Isabela Malta, Mark Ayabei, Alice Matimba, Tichakunda Matimba, Emmanuela Oppong. Editing: Mariana Vaz, www.marianacpvaz.com/ Music: freesound.org/s/477388/ Podcast team: Christine Boinett (Creator and Executive producer), Alice Matimba (Senior producer), Emmanuela Oppong (Producer and editor), Isa…
 
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