The AHES one-on-one mentoring program is a program that matches mentors and mentees who are willing to commit to a 6-month formal 1 on 1 mentoring relationship. The program encourages the development and learning for both mentors and mentees.

Call for mentors

We are looking for mentors for the 2024 AHES mentoring programs. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please complete the expression of interest form using the link below. There are no restrictions to be a mentor, except having completed a PhD or have equivalent experience, and you can express your interest for one or more of the schemes. Further details of the various schemes are included in the questionnaire.

Expressions of interest will close on the February 15, 2024.

After we receive our expression of interest from mentees, we will match mentors to the appropriate scheme/mentee. We will endeavour to find a role for all mentors that express an interest, however this is dependent on the number of mentees that are included in the program.

If you have any questions, please contact the AHES Mentoring Committee:

Call for mentees

Call for mentee for the 2024 1 on 1 mentoring program is now open! Mentees must be AHES members. To apply, please follow the link below and complete the questionnaire:

Please also send a copy of your CV to:

The application deadline is 5pm AEDT 4 March 2024. Successful applicants will be notified via email and invited to enrol in the AHES 1 on 1 Mentoring Program 2024.

The program aims to provide an opportunity for early-career and mid-career researchers to seek advice on developing strengths and overcoming weaknesses, and for mid-career and senior researchers to share valuable knowledge and give back to the professional community as a subject matter expert and leader, to nurture health economics talent and develop future leaders.

The application period for the 2023 mentoring program will open on February 1. Any inquiries regarding the application process can be sent to

If you are interested in participating as an AHES mentor, please express your interest by contacting and providing your title, name, current position and affiliation.

  • Commitment to the program is expected for 6 months.
  • Catch-up meetings between the mentors and mentees are expected approximately every 4-6 weeks.
  • The frequency, session duration, content, venue and format (in person or online) of the mentoring sessions should be agreed between the mentor and the mentee.

Mentorship activities are negotiated directly between the mentee and mentor. Mentees are responsible for making arrangements to meet their mentors. Following matching, mentees are advised to prepare a plan for the mentorship activities to be discussed with the mentor. The focus of the relationship is the mentee’s goals, but both parties need to follow through on actions or commitments and both need to respect each other’s time.

Confidentiality by all parties is essential for the mentoring relationship to be successful. Neither party should convey information covered during mentoring sessions to anyone else without prior and explicit permission. The mentor and mentee must provide appropriate acknowledgement and credit for any joint work or projects.

Some examples on how to foster successful mentorship and plan sessions are provided here, including mentee experience and tips, and techniques for coaching and mentoring.

The matching aims to ensure a diverse selection of mentees/mentors from different Australian universities/research institutes. Subject to the availability of mentors, the AHES mentoring committee will match participants based on areas of interest, work environment and experience.

At the end of the 6 months, mentors and mentees will be prompted to provide feedback on the mentoring experience with a structured questionnaire, and any suggestions for the AHES to consider to improve the program.