Would you like to play a part in hitting EAN’s educational goals and delivering exceptional resources and opportunities for our members? EAN would like to invite academically active European neurologists to apply to join the EAN Education Committee.
The EAN Education Committee implements the educational strategy of the EAN Board, which also comprises professional training and education. It is responsible for planning and conducting all EAN educational projects and grants. The Education Committee members oversee the grants and fellowships, as well as other projects related to the EAN priorities. For teaching activities during the annual EAN congress and events outside the congress, the Education Committee supports the Teaching Course sub-Committee specifically in charge of these sessions.
A track record in medical education or assessment is particularly desirable.
More information on all EAN Educational activities can be found on the Learn section of the EAN website.
All EAN officers must be (or become) EAN Full Individual members, must attend the EAN annual congress (free registration), and at least one other face-to-face meeting during the year. Regular e-mail contact is expected as well as participation in bi-monthly telephone conferences. Expenses for any meetings outside the congress are fully met, but the position is otherwise entirely honorary.
On average, the committee work amounts to three to four hours per month. Members and chairpersons of our standing committees kindly serve EAN for a two-year term, which can be extended for another two years.
Applications will be considered by the Board and the President on the basis of qualification, gender, speciality and geographical distribution.
If you are interested, please send a summary CV and brief outline (~ 250 words) of your specific experience and expertise to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 28 January 2022.
Final decisions will be made by the EAN Board.