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Towards a more effective Mentoring

1. Module Description
2. Towards a More Effective Mentoring : Through a Support and Advice Oriented on Medical and Well-being Matters
3. The ‘Rights to Health’ for Defining the Relationship Mentor-Mentee
3.1. The Texts of the World Health Organization : Mentoring as Inclusive Approach
3.2. The WHO Approach: a Whole and More Efficient Guidance for Mentoring
3.3. The Priority Diagnosis : Set the List of Major Problems Mentees are Facing
3.3.1. The Acquisition of the Country’s Language : The Main Purpose
3.3.2. The Serious Lack of Economic Means
3.3.3. The Discrimination and Racism Problems
3.3.4. The Worsening Distress Situation Because of Isolation and Retreat
3.3.5. The Inability to Spot Problems and Implement Solutions Quickly Enough
3.3.6. The Understanding of Children’ Problems : A Most Serious Question
4. Choosing the Group of Mentees : A Doubled Based Criteria Orientation Mentee
5. Pairing Mentors and Mentees : A Question of Empowerment
5.1. The Expected Impacts of Mentors' Counseling on Mentees Contexts of Life
5.2. The Relationship Mentor-Mentee : A Function for Social and Mental Compensation
5.3. Estimate as Close the Situation of Mentees : Health and Well-being, Conditions of the Process of Inclusion
6. Mentor-Mentee’ Relationship : Bringing to the fore a Common and Shared World
6.1. An Ethical Relation : Eliminate the Implicit from the Social Deficit of the Mentee
6.2. Organize an Upstream Regulation for Most of Difficulties
6.2.1. Study their Administrative Situation
6.2.2. Study their Living Conditions
6.2.3. Study the Healthcare Access’ Real Conditions
6.2.4. Study the Psychological Side of the Situation
6.2.4.1. The scale of post-traumatic stress
6.2.4.2. Is it possible to feel empathy without having to put yourself completely in the shoes of the Mentee?
6.2.4.3. The help from post-traumatic stress specialists
6.2.4.4. Women in « deep need » of help
6.2.4.5. The cultural differences and customs of Mentees: what sort of life in the host country?
6.2.4.6. Prevention and harmonization of the Mentor-Mentee’ relationship: the compatibility of of being in the host country
6.2.4.7. Conclusion : Mentoring as thinking a double cultural transmission in the host country

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