SPR Abstract Review 32nd Annual Meeting
“Advancing Partnerships and Collaborative Approaches in Prevention Science”
Procedures and Guidelines for Mentor/Student-Mentee Opportunity
- A Mentor must have a PhD or equivalent degree and be 5 years beyond his/her advanced degree.
- A Mentor may pair with one Graduate Student or a group of Graduate Students. SPR does not make mentor/mentee matches.
- The Mentor may be a solo reviewer in addition to mentoring. (If you wish to sign up as a solo reviewer and as Mentor reviewer, please check both options on the abstract reviewer questionnaire.)
- Only Mentors will sign up to review. During the sign-up process, mentors will be asked for their Mentee(s) information.
- The Mentor is responsible for sharing the abstracts and scoring criteria with their Mentee(s). The Mentor should establish how the abstract review and scoring will be approached either with a Mentee or a group of Mentees.
- The Mentor is responsible for entering the scores into the online abstract review system. The Mentor’s scores will be considered the official ratings for the Mentee/Student-Mentee group.
- Upon completion of the abstract review process the SPR administrative office will confirm with the Mentor the name of the Student-Mentee(s) who participated.
- The Mentor/Student-Mentee(s) will be assigned the same number of submissions to review as are assigned to other abstract reviewers.
- Mentors and Student-Mentees will be acknowledged as members of the Abstract Review committee in the conference mobile app.
Questions? Contact: Jennifer Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org