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Is there value to interprofessional mentoring? If so, what models are most effective? If not, why not?
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Interprofessional mentorship has the potential to be a transformative tool.
Interprofessional mentorship is not a new concept in certain regards. A system of apprenticeship existed in the ancient world, in which a person was instructed by a master who was more experienced and competent than they were. The apprenticeship approach is based on the idea that teaching someone takes longer than learning something yourself.
Interprofessional mentorship, on the other hand, differs from traditional apprenticeship in that it entails the sharing of knowledge between professionals with vastly diverse roles and experience. Interprofessional mentorship is based on the idea that when two people from very different backgrounds collaborate and share their skills, their combined knowledge and experience might be greater than each of them could achieve on their own. This can be a valuable tool for individuals looking to enhance their profession or develop relationships with the people they serve.
 
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Is there value to interprofessional mentoring? If so, what models are most effective? If not, why not?