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Virtual Coffee Chat: Elevate Your Career: Q&A Session on our Leadership and Development Awards Programme – Apply Confidently, Thrive Professionally!

28 Feb

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Are you interested in the Leadership and Development Awards Programme? Join awardees Dr Claire Fletcher and Dr Nauman Jadoon for a friendly and informal Q & A session to find out why you should apply, how the scheme will benefit your career and advice for your application.

Virtual Coffee Chat: Elevate Your Career: Q&A Session on our Leadership and Development Awards Programme – Apply Confidently, Thrive Professionally!


Elevate Your Career: Q&A Session on our Leadership and Development Awards Programme – Apply Confidently, Thrive Professionally!

Are you interested in the Leadership and Development Awards Programme? Join awardees Dr Claire Fletcher and Dr Nauman Jadoon on 28 February from 12 - 1 PM for a friendly and informal Q & A session to find out why you should apply, how the scheme will benefit your career and advice for your application.

 

About the programme


The Leadership & Development Awards Programme is designed to recognise and nurture emerging talent in endocrinology to become the future leaders of our discipline.

Eligibility


The Awards Programme is open to Society members who have been a paid member for at least one year. To be eligible for the Leadership and Development Awards Programme you must fit within one of the following categories and will usually be within the first three years into your first consultant or substantive senior academic post, in order to derive the maximum benefit from the Award Programme.


• Scientists: <10 years post PhD [PhD awarded in 2013 or more recently*] with at least three publications as first, co-first or as senior author
• Clinical Academics: currently undertaking an MD or PhD or <6 years from completion of MD or PhD [MD or PhD award in 2017 or more recently*] with at least three publications as first, co-first or as senior author.
• Clinicians-in-Practice: up to 12 years from attainment of MBBS [MBBS awarded in 2011 or more recently*] with at least three publications as first, co-first or as senior author (Clinicians-in-Practice may include Clinical Cases).
Career breaks or other exceptional circumstances that may have affected your career progression will be considered by the panel when determining eligibility – please ensure you provide a full justification in the application form.

Find out more and how to apply

 

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