The Spanish society of Cardiology, with the collaboration of the Chapter Florida ACC and Astra-Zeneca, calls six fellowships for Spanish cardiologists who wish to carry out a one week stay at a hospital in Florida as an observer.
the proposed hospitals are: long Medical Center: interventional cardiology and Electrophysiology; University of Florida, Shands Hospital: transplant and heart failure; and Memorial Hospital Jacksonville: image non-invasive and nuclear Cardiology PET.
applicants must be cardiologists and members of the SEC.
with the application, the following documents shall be attached:
Curriculum vitae normalized of the applicant.
Letter of authorization and recommendation of the Chief of the service to which it belongs.
Overview of the purpose of the stay and commitment to send a report of the activity undertaken, the Secretariat of the SEC during the 30 days following the return of Center where has made the stay.
Document certifying knowledge of the language.
for granting an advantage the curriculum vitae of the applicant; and the summary of the objective and the suitability of the unit of Central Florida where you will make the stay.
the amount of the bca will be 3,500 euros. To grant it be paid in a single installment when it justifies the acceptance by the requested Central Florida.
to compete will be sent by email all the documentation prior to the Department of affairs scientific of the Spanish society of Cardiology (email@example.com). The deadline for receipt of applications in the Secretariat of the SEC ends on September 1, 2013. Requests received after the deadline will be rejected.
the selection will be made by the jury of projects, scholarships and awards of the SEC. The decisions of the jury are final. The scholarships may declare deserted if, in the opinion of the jury, is estimated that applications do not meet the appropriate requirements.
the granting of the scholarships will take place during a ceremony held for that purpose in the Congress of the cardiovascular diseases (Valencia, 24 to 26 October 2013).