We are seeking your feedback, to ensure the individual you are providing a reference for would be a good fit for the transplant mentor role and would excel in this program.

A mentor’s responsibility includes:
• 3-5 hours/month time commitment
• Bridge their mentee to other professionals and resources
• Listen and encourage
• Share personal knowledge and experience
• Serve as a role model

Mentors are expected to:
• Be flexible and open minded
• Be empathetic
• Listen, understand, question, clarify
• Be non-judgmental and affirming
• Be patient
• Be dependable
• Maintain confidentiality

Please provide your feedback on whether you feel this individual would be a good fit for this role. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact The Alliance at info@odt-alliance.org.

Thank you for your time.

The Transplant Mentorship Program workgroup
Erin Wells, RN, BSN, CCTC, CPN, Director, Hepatology & Liver Transplant, Abdominal Transplant Program, Loma Linda University Medical Center (CA)
Aimee Hagerty, MSN, Transplant Administrator & Director of Education, Transplant Program, UPMC Hamot (PA)
Cecile Aguayo, RN, BSN, Manager, Abdominal Transplant Program, Solid Organ Transplant Programs, University of Utah Hospital and Clinics (UT)
& The Alliance Team