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7 October 2016

Call for BCIS Fellow Editors

Phillip Freeman

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Call for BCIS Fellow editors

Dear Colleague

The British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) is the National Society representing Interventional Cardiologists, Fellows and Allied Health Professionals in the UK and is an affiliate of the British Cardiovascular Society.

Established in 1988, BCIS held their first meeting at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London with a view to holding a regular forum for those interested in vascular intervention. The society has gone from strength to strength and if we fast-forward to today, BCIS provides a platform from which it delivers opportunities for education, training and research support to its members.

Under the auspices of BCIS, a number of educational and training opportunities are available to Interventional trainees and AHP members ranging from Core Curriculum Course to Advanced Cardiovascular Interventional Trainees Course through to Advanced Cardiovascular Intervention (ACI) and now the annual AHP summer meeting. In partnership with Industry, BCIS are able to provide four international fellowships a year to Canada, New Zealand and Australia; not to mention the SCAI fellows’ course held in Las Vegas in the winter months. A recent addition to the Training and Education Group’s profile is the C3 conference in Orlando; fifteen fully sponsored places were awarded this year courtesy of the event organisers.

We are developing our electronic and online profile and central to this are large developments and a relaunch of the BCIS website. We are developing a community with opportunities to enhance the profiles and showcase the work of all BCIS members and their institutions. As well as a forum for discussion you’ll see big changes in access to educational resources and the services we provide members.

We need enthusiastic members to aid and maintain this phase shift. BCIS fellow editors will be central to the “fellows corner” in promoting key publications with BCIS reviews and generating clinical cases. These short articles will permeate throughout the whole website. Your role will involve writing a total of two such articles in each of 2 months every year. Fellow editors will also be central to the BCIS web team helping to keep ideas fresh and content relevant. In the latter pre-launch stages of the site fellow editors will need to allow some time to help upload old resources onto the new site between (22nd November and 4th December), all training will be provided and location is not important.

What will you get in return? Beyond free BCIS membership you will have an enhanced profile within our community with all your work linked to your profile. You’ll also have the opportunity to write about research (clinical or otherwise) that both interest and inspires you. It’s a great opportunity for networking and highlighting your profile. This opportunity is not limited to cardiology trainees, AHP members with suitable experience are encouraged to apply as are post CCT trainees in fellowship positions. If you think you may be suitable please forward a covering letter and CV to bcis@bcs.com, applications are open now and will close by 23.59hrs, 14 October 2016.

Phillip Freeman

BCIS Communications Lead

Tiffany Patterson

BCIS Trainee Representative


27 September 2016

Summary

Call for BCIS Fellow editors

Dear Colleague

The British Cardiovascular Intervention Society (BCIS) is the National Society representing Interventional Cardiologists, Fellows and Allied Health Professionals in the UK and is an affiliate of the British Cardiovascular Society.

Established in 1988, BCIS held their first meeting at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London with a view to holding a regular forum for those interested in vascular intervention. The society has gone from strength to strength and if we fast-forward to today, BCIS provides a platform from which it delivers opportunities for education, training and research support to its members.

Under the auspices of BCIS, a number of educational and training opportunities are available to Interventional trainees and AHP members ranging from Core Curriculum Course to Advanced Cardiovascular Interventional Trainees Course through to Advanced Cardiovascular Intervention (ACI) and now the annual AHP summer meeting. In partnership with Industry, BCIS are able to provide four international fellowships a year to Canada, New Zealand and Australia; not to mention the SCAI fellows’ course held in Las Vegas in the winter months. A recent addition to the Training and Education Group’s profile is the C3 conference in Orlando; fifteen fully sponsored places were awarded this year courtesy of the event organisers.

We are developing our electronic and online profile and central to this are large developments and a relaunch of the BCIS website. We are developing a community with opportunities to enhance the profiles and showcase the work of all BCIS members and their institutions. As well as a forum for discussion you’ll see big changes in access to educational resources and the services we provide members.

We need enthusiastic members to aid and maintain this phase shift. BCIS fellow editors will be central to the “fellows corner” in promoting key publications with BCIS reviews and generating clinical cases. These short articles will permeate throughout the whole website. Your role will involve writing a total of two such articles in each of 2 months every year. Fellow editors will also be central to the BCIS web team helping to keep ideas fresh and content relevant. In the latter pre-launch stages of the site fellow editors will need to allow some time to help upload old resources onto the new site between (22nd November and 4th December), all training will be provided and location is not important.

What will you get in return? Beyond free BCIS membership you will have an enhanced profile within our community with all your work linked to your profile. You’ll also have the opportunity to write about research (clinical or otherwise) that both interest and inspires you. It’s a great opportunity for networking and highlighting your profile. This opportunity is not limited to cardiology trainees, AHP members with suitable experience are encouraged to apply as are post CCT trainees in fellowship positions. If you think you may be suitable please forward a covering letter and CV to bcis@bcs.com, applications are open now and will close by 23.59hrs, 14 October 2016.

Phillip Freeman

BCIS Communications Lead

Tiffany Patterson

BCIS Trainee Representative


27 September 2016

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