How to participate in the UReTER Mentorship Program for underrepresented populations in urology

“We started in 2020 and so far, we’ve had 193 mentors and 126 mentees,” says Micha Cheng, MD, MPH, MS.

In this video Micha Yin-Zheng Cheng, MD, MPH, MS, a resident in the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Urology explains how to become a mentor or mentee in the UCSF UReTER (UnderRepresented Trainees Entering Residency) Mentorship Program.

The UReTER Mentorship Program was created by residents in the UCSF Department of Urology as a resource for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and Latinx Urology applicants. According to the program mission, its goal is to “create an annual opportunity for Urology to improve its diversity through resident-led mentorship of applicants who are underrepresented in our field.