As announced by Mr. Fulvio Renoldi Bracco, CEO of Bracco Imaging, during ECR 2017 in Vienna in March, Bracco is proud to support a NEW fellowship programme, which has been created on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of Bracco. This new initiative furthers Bracco’s unbroken commitment to support the radiological community at large, and it is devoted to the professional and scientific development of young radiologists. Bracco will provide 90 grants that will be used to create training opportunities for young radiologists with high scientific potential.
Applications are now accepted.
Who can apply?
These fellowships are aimed at young radiologists, residents in their last years of training or recently board-certified radiologists, who are Full members or Members in training of ESR under the age of 35 at the time of application.
Three different programmes offered
Candidates may apply for one of the three available types of fellowships:
Clinical Fellowship (2 months) The aim of the clinical fellowship is to learn about a specific disease or technique, a protocol, specific organ, specific approach or clinical application.
Management Fellowship (2 months) The aim of the management fellowship is to understand the multi professional organization of radiology departments (roles and responsibilities of the different professionals involved) in any of the following items: to learn workload issues and benefits, to get to know the common tools used to analyse the main key performance indicators, to audit a radiology department, to be able to evaluate professionals, to check for equipment updates and duty cycle, to be aware of the economic issues, to understand the patients’ needs and satisfactions and to be aware of safety concerns.
Research Fellowship (4 months) The goal of this programme is to develop skills in research and research methodology. This 4-month fellowship should help the applicant to develop or set up a programme in his/her institution, therefore the applicant should learn to acquire data, to review images or procedures, to manage data, to search for biases, to collaborate with statisticians/ clinicians/clinical scientists, to develop skills in tools and post-processing, to collaborate or write articles, to prepare oral/written presentations.
The fellowships must take place and be concluded in the first half of each year (January to June). Extension of the programme in the second half of the year is not possible.
Application deadline: January 10, 2018
Follow this link to learn more about the programme and application process.
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