Applicants for the IFIC Fellowship program are no longer restricted to an October start-date; rather individuals can take the lead and ensure a much more flexible fellowship journey. IFIC will continue to offer a maximum of four places on its bespoke integrated care programme, which includes 10-12 months’ enhanced access to IFIC’s expertise, network and events; one-to-one mentoring, as well as participation in our study tours, conferences, and summer school.
IFIC’s Director of Education and Training Dr Viktoria Stein said: “We constantly review our education and training programmes and following feedback one of the challenges people faced was the rigid start dates.
“In order to support future colleagues we have introduced the rolling programme, which we feel will offer much more flexibility to prospective fellows.
“Our fellowship programme is aimed at mid to high level care professionals, managers and policy-makers who want to gain an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the practice of implementing integrated care, so we recognise applicants have other pressures in their professional lives.”
Read more about former IFIC Fellow Dr Harry Pope and his fellowship journey here.
For more information about the fellowship programme please contact Dr Stein at firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a brief outline for the fellowship project.