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Educational Sub-Editor Programme:
UK cardiology specialist trainees are invited to take advantage of an exciting opportunity to play an important role within the Education section of the British Cardiovascular Society.
As part of the BCS sub-editor programme, trainees will contribute to the online educational content of www.bcs.com, submitting 1-2 editorials per year on a wide range of topics, for publication on the BCS website. In addition, subeditors can record a short accompanying video which can be featured on the new BCS Digital Knowledge Hub. The work can be done remotely without any travel required and alongside your current position. There are also opportunities to assist with educational activities related to the annual BCS Conference and to input ideas and augment the educational content of the BCS website, making it more relevant to trainees and consultants.
This established programme gives cardiology specialist trainees the opportunity to complement their ongoing training by improving their writing skills, learning about different cardiology topics, increasing their exposure to leading UK cardiologists and the possibility to win one of three prizes awarded at the annual BCS conference.
Successful applicants will be asked to work together, with the support of the editor, (BCS Education committee member) for a minimum tenure of 1 year and will be a valuable addition to the CV and educational portfolio of enthusiastic and motivated trainees.
If you hold a UK cardiology NTN and are a BCS member then we would like to invite you to apply for this role commencing in September 2023.
Please email your current CV (to include your NTN and BCS membership number) along with a brief supporting paragraph to Dr Ahmed Adlan via Anna Kassai at the BCS office firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: Friday 30 June 2023