International ACS NSQIP Scholarships 2013

The American College of Surgeons has announced a programme for international surgeons concerned with issues of quality improvement, the International ACS NSQIP Scholarships. Applications are now being accepted for 2013 with a closing date for receipt of applications and all supporting documentation of 15 February 2013.

Each Scholarship offers a stipend of $10,000 US, participation in the annual National Surgical Quality Improvement Program conference in July 13-16, 2013 in San Diego, California and the expectation of meeting with Program Leadership and Surgeon Champions from ACS NSQIP participating hospitals. Following the conference, the candidate is encouraged to visit 1-2 hospitals reflecting the candidate's specific clinical interests. These hospitals should also have strong quality programmes. Scholarship requirements and the online application form may be accessed from http://www.facs.org/memberservices/isnsqip.html

More information regarding the ACS National Surgical Quality Improvement Program can be found at http://www.acsnsqip.org.


Back to all news

Contacts

John Fellows

Public Affairs Manager

+44 (0) 141 221 6072

media@rcpsg.ac.uk


Related News

  • College and 16 other leading health organisations, calling for the Prime Minister to put health at the heart of negotiations

    Read more

  • First Minister: Legislate this year on HFSS multi-buy price promotions

    Read more

  • PACES 2020: Candidates and trainees, get ready for positive changes from September 2020

    Read more

  • College welcomes new report on clinical leadership

    Read more

  • It’s Time to Protect Children from Junk Food Adverts

    Read more

  • A Distinctly Scottish Surgeon? Uncovering Police Surgery in 19th Century Scotland

    Read more

  • Social Media Influencers and Weight Loss

    Read more

  • Medical Directorate Award for Critical Care Updates Group

    Read more

Policy Network

The College offers our membership an opportunity to play a part in shaping the institution’s policies as part of our Policy Network. You can find out more about the work of the Network and how to join here.

Our Influence and Leadership

Login
Log in using your username or email address. You can also use your College Personal ID (PID) if you have one.

Forgotten password?


Create a login

New users must create a login. You do not need to be a member of the College in order to create a login.

Register

Help

Having difficulty registering or logging in? Forgotten your username or password?

Get Help