Our visiting fellowship is geared towards international and national trainees as well as practising radiologists, and offers an informal learning experience in Emergency Radiology at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), British Columbia, Canada. The fellowship is designed to enable trainees and radiologists to acquire basic or additional exposure and experience in ER.
Mentoring in ER research and scientific writing is also offered.
The ER Fellowship involves the following activities:
- Attend the daily image interpretation sessions in the ER.
- Case discussion with clinical teams.
- Attend daily 7:00–8:00 a.m. ER teaching conferences and 12:00–1:00 p.m. Radiology Department teaching conferences.
- Weekly grand round lectures by invited experts from all over the world.
- Discussion and research in trauma and disaster management.
- Access to the ER Library.
Tailor made programs according to the needs of applicants, as well as extended visiting fellowships for up to four weeks are also available.
Cost: There is a charge per week, which will be determined by number of weeks requested. In general one Visiting Fellow can be accommodated in each course. These courses are intended to complement existing knowledge and are not meant to create an expert in a short time.
Visa and Housing: Visa is not sponsored for applicants from outside Canada and the applicant must make accommodation arrangements themselves.