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The Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP) of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is committed to mentoring new researchers and offering support for career development for professionals in Cardiovascular Care.
The Post-Doctoral Mentorship Award will enable mentees to have dedicated time with their selected mentor, to meet new colleagues and be exposed to a different learning environment.
Applications for 2018 will open in November 2017.
This award is for CCNAP members planning to attend the EuroHeartCare 2018 congress and who are interested in receiving expert advice on their career development and future research.
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Congratulations to this year's winner: Dr Signe Stelling Risom.
Dr Stelling Risom collected her award at the closing cereminy of EuroHeartCare on 20 May 2017.
"The Post-doctoral Mentorship Award is a great opportunity for new researchers in cardiovascular care to get invaluable support from an experienced mentor. I was very pleased that Prof. Felicity Astin from the University of Huddersfield agreed to become my mentor. We have a shared interest in cardiovascular research and nursing education. The funds received from the Post-doctoral Mentorship Award gave me the opportunity to visit my mentor for two weeks in September 2016. We started to conduct a systematic review of qualitative studies together with colleagues from the University of Huddersfield.
During my visit, I had the opportunity to give a seminar about the results of my doctoral thesis and we discussed the results with other academics. My mentor facilitated several opportunities to get in contact and exchange with other academics at the University and at a national conference. Her mentorship provides me with support and guidance in conducting a meta-ethnography and writing a systematic review. I am thankful that the mentorship will continue after my visit and we will build up a research collaboration between the Universities of Huddersfield and Lübeck.
It is very valuable to have a mentor like Felicity because she encourages me to continue my professional carreer, she supports me to make progress and reminds me to find a balance between work and life.
Thanks to my mentor Felicity Astin and the CCNAP for this opportunity!"
The Council puts at your disposal a new tool to help you find a mentor. The CCNAP e-form "Support to find a Mentor" aims to help facilitate contact between the young researcher and a mentor for advice or maybe a future collaboration.
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