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ACNAP Mentoring Programme

The ACNAP mentoring programme will provide researchers with access to a mentorship network that will facilitate the development of high quality cardiovascular nursing and allied health research.

Successful applicants will receive career development advice and guidance from their chosen research mentors.



Who can benefit ?

Cardiovascular researchers who wish to develop their research portfolio and networks.

What are the objectives?

  • Broaden your professional network and build links with members of the community.
  • Develop and enhance personal and research skills.
  • Provide you with access to a mentorship network that will facilitate the development of high quality cardiovascular nursing and allied health research.

Eligibility

Need to become a silver member?

Join us 

How to connect with the mentor of your choice?

You should review our list of research mentors below to select your preferred mentor according to their domain of expertise, and then apply online should you wish to get in touch with him/ her directly.

You will then be contacted by email to reconfirm your application and explain the next steps.

Apply

Note : 

- Once you click on "APPLY" you will be redirected to your 'MY ESC' account. To access the application form click on the section 'New application' and then 'Mentoring' from your homepage.

- You won't be able to see or access the application form from your 'MY ESC' account if you are not an ACNAP Silver member.

 

Should you have any question about the programme please contact us : acnap@escardio.org 

Mentors list

Click on the photo or name to access full biography

Chantal Ski

Chantal Ski
Professor

  University of Suffolk (United Kingdom)
  Discipline: Psychology
  Area of expertise: heart failure, education, psychosocial rehabilitation, prevention, quantitative research, qualitative research, mixed methods, instrument development and psychometrics

Doris Sau-fung YU

Doris Sau-fung YU
Associate Professor

  School of Nursing, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  Discipline: Nursing
  Area of expertise: heart failure, quantitative research,instrument development and psychometrics

Ercole Vellone

Ercole Vellone
PhD, Associate Professor of Nursing

  University of Rome "Tor Vergata" (Italy)
  Discipline: Nursing
  Area of expertise: heart failure,quantitative research, qualitative research, instrument development and psychometrics

Geraldine Lee

Geraldine Lee
Reader, Advanced Clinical Practice

  King’s College London (United Kingdom)
  Discipline: Nursing (Research Division-Applied Technology for Clinical Care)
  Area of expertise: cardiac surgery, education, quantitative research, qualitative research, mixed methods

Harleah G. Buck

Harleah G. Buck
Professor and Co-Director

  University of Iowa (United States)
  Discipline: Nursing
  Area of expertise: heart failure, psychosocial rehabilitation, mixed methods, instrument development and psychometrics

Ian Jones

Ian Jones
Professor of Cardiovascular Nursing

  Liverpool John Moores University (United Kingdom)
  Discipline: Nursing
  Area of expertise: acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, education, cardiac rehabilitation, prevention, quantitative research, mixed method, atrial fibrillation

Julie Sanders

Julie Sanders
Professor and Director of Clinical Research

  St Bartholomew’s Hospital (United Kingdom)
  Discipline: Cardiovascular nursing, cardiac surgery
  Area of expertise: cardiac surgery, quantitative research, instrument development and psychometrics

PhilIp Moons

PhilIp Moons
Professor of Healthcare & Nursing science

  KU Leuven - University of Leuven (Belgium)
  Discipline: Nursing Science
  Area of expertise: psychosocial rehabilitation, quantitative research

Sabina De Geest

Sabina De Geest
Professor of nursing and director

  University of Basel (Switzerland) & KU Leuven (Belgium)
  Discipline: Nursing, Public Health
  Area of expertise: psychosocial, qualitative research, instrument development and psychometrics

Suzanne Fredericks

Suzanne Fredericks
Professor

  Ryerson University, Toronto (Canada)
  Discipline: Nursing
  Area of expertise: cardiac surgery, education, psychosocial, rehabilitation, prevention, quantitative research,  mixed methods, instrument development and psychometrics

Tiny Jaarsma

Tiny Jaarsma
Professor

  Linköping University (Sweden)
  Discipline: Nursing
  Area of expertise: heart failure, quantitative research, qualitative research, instrument development and psychometrics