ISN-Kidneys for Life Fellowship
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Purpose: ISN-Kidneys for Life Fellowship is for young nephrologists willing to train at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, United Kingdom. Candidates are requested to submit the following documents: CV, a letter of reference from your Home Mentor or Home Institution director and a personal statement of what you wish to accomplish during a training at the Manchester Royal Infirmary and how this training will contribute to the development of renal care at your institution/region when you return home after the training. Candidates are asked to confirm if they have any English qualifications such as ILETS or OET or intend to undertake such qualifications as these are required by the General Medical Council in the UK for practising fellowships. Kidneys for Life can only support those wishing to undertake a long-term Fellowship of up to 12 months (one per year). Candidates selected by Manchester Royal Infirmary for training will need to establish a training plan with the Host Mentor outlining the objectives of the training.
- For young nephrologists willing to train at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, United Kingdom