Relationships between research mentors and mentees can be challenging for a variety of reasons, including personality conflicts and disagreements over research practices and ethics. In this short video, a mentee gets confidential advice from a consultant about the mentee's belief that her supervisor/mentor is conducting research in an unethical manner. The consultant suggests steps to address her concerns appropriately.
Ethics Consultation #1: Dealing with conflicts with your mentor
In this brief dramatization, a young researcher concerned her mentor/supervisor is conducting research in a scientifically improper manner seeks advice from a SC CTSI ethics consultant.
About this Resource
- How to Deal with Mentor-Mentee Conflicts
- Getting Confidential Advice from an Ethics Consultant
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