International (BCIS) Fellowships

BCIS Interventional Fellowships and Structural Interventional Fellowship

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BCIS International Fellowships: a collaboration with industry

 

BCIS work closely with the medical device industry to promote and develop a programme of international interventional and structural interventional training posts. The initiative to set up these posts came from individual medical device companies, and reflects their commitment to funding educational initiatives.

BCIS recognises the value and success of these programmes, and have offered their endorsement to support the continued development of these very successful posts.

BCIS Interventional Fellowships 2020

BCIS 2020 Fellowship Programme – Adelaide

BCIS 2020 Fellowship Programme – Auckland

BCIS 2020 Fellowship Programme  – Vancouver Island

The deadline for 2020 applications is 17.00hrs on Thursday 11th April 2019.

Please clearly indicate in your application whether you have a preference to be considered for a post in Canada, Australia or New Zealand otherwise you will be automatically considered for all 3 fellowship posts available. Fellowship posts will be allocated to successful candidates after interviews have taken place.

For application details view the advertisement download links on this page and apply to: bcis@bcs.com. If you are not a member of BCIS, joining instructions can be accessed here.

 

The posts all offer well established high quality, high volume interventional training in a prominent international cardiac centre. The posts are funded for 12 months, and have a work programme primarily focused on catheter laboratory activity. There are opportunities for participating in interventional research and both advanced coronary intervention and structural heart disease programmes. As well as offering advanced interventional training, they provide an excellent opportunity to live and work in another country, and experience a different healthcare system.

These posts are highly competitive, and are most suitable for individuals who already have a strong background of interventional training and academic research.

 

 

BCIS Structural Interventional Fellowship (Bern, Applications Open Autumn 2019)

BCIS Structural Interventional Fellowship Programme – Bern, Switzerland (Edwards Lifesciences)

The application process for the 2020 fellowship programme will open in autumn 2019. Watch this space for further details.

In the meantime, the BCIS 2018 Structural Fellowship advert can be viewed for reference purposes. If you are not a member of BCIS, joining instructions can be accessed here.

This new Fellowship programme has been formed to meet the growing need for training in structural intervention, particularly TAVI. It has been developed to provide structural interventional experience and research opportunities in an internationally prominent high volume European centre. The post is funded for 12 months. There are opportunities for participating in ongoing research projects in the field of TAVI, mitral and tricuspid interventions and both advanced coronary intervention and structural heart disease programmes. As well as offering advanced structural interventional training, the programme provides an excellent opportunity to live and work in another country, and experience a different healthcare system.

This post is highly competitive, and is most suitable for an individual who already has a strong background of structural interventional training and academic research.

Fellowship advertisement downloads

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Auckland (2020 details)

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Vancouver Island (2020 Details)

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Bern University Hospital, Switzerland (2020 Fellowship not open yet)

Bern University Hospital, Switzerland

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