Application deadline 10 January, 2018
EHRA is proud to announce the winners of specific Training Fellowship Programmes.
Thanks to a partnership with the Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society, applicants eligible for the Clinical Electrophysiology with emphasis on catheter ablation programme are those who are citizen or permanent residents of a country from the Asia Pacific zone:
Australia and New Zealand: Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand
Brunei Darussalam: Brunei Cardiac Society
Cambodia: Cambodian Heart Association
China: Chinese Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology
Hong Kong: Hong Kong College of Cardiology
India: Indian Heart Rhythm Society
Indonesia: Indonesian Heart Rhythm Society
Japan: Japanese Heart Rhythm Society
Republic of Korea: Korean Heart Rhythm Society
Malaysia: National Heart Association of Malaysia
Mongolia: Mongolian Heart Rhythm Society
Myanmar: Cardiac Society Myanmar Medical Association
Pakistan: Pakistan Heart Rhythm Society
Philippines: Philippine Heart Rhythm Society
Singapore: Singapore Cardiac Society
Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka Heart Rhythm Society
Taiwan: Taiwan Heart Rhythm Society
Thailand: Heart Association of Thailand
Vietnam: Vietnam Heart Rhythm Society
Prior to application, candidates & centres should read carefully the rules and regulations of the EHRA International Training Fellowships programme.
Please contact us to request your electronic application forms.
You will receive your application form within 15 days.
Important: Please provide your contact details (Names, Titles, Main Address, Telephone number) when requesting your application forms. Incomplete requests may prolong the whole process.
The individual application forms have three parts:
The centre has to fill in the application form (only 1 part).
The applicant/centre must send back the first part by email.
Only for individual application:
The Head of department or supervisor must send back directly the second part.
The Referee must send back directly the third part
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