NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS.
Adelaide, Auckland and Vancouver Island, starting in 2020…
Application Deadline: 11th April 2019 17.00 hrs
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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. Access to the fellowships are limited to UK trainees in their final 2 years of Specialist Registrar training who intend to specialise in Interventional Cardiology and are BCIS members. The supervising consultants act on behalf of the BCIS Training and Education Group.
HOW TO APPLY
If you would like to apply for these fellowships, please submit by email (email@example.com) a detailed CV (this should include a personal statement and procedural numbers) AND letters of support from two supervisory consultants to Azeem Ahmad, BCIS Secretariat, Tel: +44 (0) 20 7380 1918.
Please clearly indicate in your application whether you have a preference to be considered for a post in Australia, Canada 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.
Deadline for applications is 17.00hrs, Thursday 11th April 2019. Shortlisted candidates will be informed by Thursday 25th April 2019. Interviews take place on Monday 17th June 2019, London. Keep the date of 17th June free!! Be sure to secure leave to cover the possibility of being shortlisted for these prestigious fellowships.