The purpose is to gain an overview of mentee's perspectives on the quality of mentoring received from their mentor(s) in research environments. The aim is to collate the results and use the findings to produce recommendations.
Our definition of a mentor includes: A Mentor is someone who guides trainees through their scholarly training in higher education institutions or other industry or government research environments. A Mentee is a graduate or postdoctoral trainee. You are the Mentee. You may have research and non-research mentors. See here(https://ecrlife.org/2019/03/05/assessing-the-quality-of-mentorship-in-academia/) for details.
You either have one mentor or A mentorship team (Mentors).
A mentor is different from a manager. If you have multiple mentors please focus on the one mentor that covers your most important requirements.
If you would like to comment on your former mentors (Graduate school mentor, first postdoc mentor) as well as your current mentor, please fill the survey separately so that we can hear about your previous experiences as well!