In 2017 the iCMLf continues to offer the unique opportunity for up to 30 hematologists from emerging economic regions to undertake a 3-4 week preceptorship at a global CML centre of excellence under the leadership of some of the world’s most experienced hematologists.
Applications for the 2017 program are now closed.
Preceptorships combine practical experience such as out-patient clinics, hematology ward rounds, one-to-one tuition, seminars and discussion forums as well as laboratory work. The program will be tailored to the needs of the successful applicant with consideration to level of experience along with the challenges and the resources available at their home institution.
The iCMLf will select hematologists for the program whose attendance is expected to provide most benefit for the local CML community. Candidates should have a special interest in CML patient management, a certain patient load and be able to demonstrate their ability to apply and disseminate the knowledge gained from the program.
Below we share some of the interesting experiences from preceptors that clearly demonstrate what they learn from their stay at the CML centre of excellence overseas and what they can implement back home.
The intention of this educational program is to enhance the knowledge of physicians treating patients with CML in emerging regions. Preceptorships combine practical experience, one-to-one-tuition, seminars and laboratory work. Thirteen centres of excellence host visitors, each can accept two or more clinicans.
Preceptorships take place at twelve designated international specialist CML centres and last for 3-4 weeks. Host sites include English, French, Italian, Russian and Spanish speaking centres.
Find detailed descriptions of the participating centers here.
The iCMLf seeks to improve the resources and knowledge of physicians treating patients with CML in emerging regions. The iCMLf will select up to 30 hematologists for the program whose attendance is expected to provide most benefit in this CML community. Candidates should have a special interest in CML management and be able to demonstrate their ability to apply and disseminate to colleagues knowledge gained from the program.