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Table 2 Sample of Integrated NRMN Outputs, Outcomes and CWEP Outcomes

From: Using collaborative approaches with a multi-method, multi-site, multi-target intervention: evaluating the National Research Mentoring Network

NRMN Outputs and Short-term Outcomesa Medium & Long-term, CWEP Outcomesb
Number and types (gender, race & ethnicity, career stage) of mentors and mentees participating in NRMN activities, accessing resources and/or engaging in mentoring relationships through NRMN Increased participation in mentoring activities (facultyc)
Increased participation in mentoring activities by URGs (traineesd)
Increased mentee self-efficacy in research tasks and addressing difficult situations in research settings Psychosocial variables including academic and scientific self-efficacy
Increased commitment to cultural change in promoting diversity in biomedical research; increased intention to change institutional culture, policies, structures, and/or activities related to mentoring access Increased institutional commitment to sustaining activities
Increased number and percentage of faculty/post-docs satisfied with gains in skills/knowledge/confidence / regarding how to write winning grants Increased research productivity in grant submissions and awards as PI, multi-PI and/or collaborator
Number and type of professional development opportunities offered to the community through NRMN or in partnership with NRMN Increase, enhance, and/or develop inter-institutional collaborations to achieve BUILD (and related) outcomes related to research, mentorship, and faculty development
  1. a The NRMN integrated logic model includes additional outcomes not noted here
  2. b Taken from the consortium wide hallmarks/logic model
  3. c Faculty includes anyone in the mentoring role and may include graduate students, post-docs, faculty and other researchers/advisors/ coaches
  4. d Trainees include undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs and junior faculty