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Table 2 Data extraction categories for eligible studies

From: Psychosocial and career outcomes of peer mentorship in medical resident education: a systematic review protocol

Category Data extracted
Basic information Study authors, publication date, and country of origin
Study characteristics Aim and objectives of study, study design, recruitment strategy, and inclusion/exclusion criteria (if relevant)
Participant characteristics Number of participants, age ranges, gender, residency year, program and location, sample size, and any other relevant characteristics
Description of peer-mentoring program or peer support Description of peer-mentoring program initiation, implementation, and evaluation; description of peer-support relationships; length of program; and any other individuals or groups involved
Outcome measures Measures or tools used to gather outcomes data (chart reviews, resident evaluations, interviews, focus groups, surveys)
Reported outcomes Professional competencies (clinical skills, collaboration, communication, health advocacy, leadership, professionalism, scholarship)
Social connectedness (shared purpose, sense of community, emotional support, friendship)
Psychosocial wellbeing (burnout, stress, overall mental health, self-esteem, self-efficacy)
Mentoring relationship satisfaction (quality, retention)
Career (perspectives, prospects, commitment)