Browsing Educational Psychology, Sociology and Special Education by Subject "Mentoring, induction, work environment, newly qualified scientists"
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Beyond education and training to functional mentoring: the case of scientific innovators in Zambia. (The International Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research, 2017)The aim of this paper was to argue the case for the need for mentorship of both student and newly qualified scientists in Zambia. Based on both a global perspective, this paper argues that inadequate initial training coupled ...