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fellowship

Graduate education A post-residency training period of 1–2 yrs in a subspecialty–eg, hand surgery, which allows a specialized physician to develop a particular expertise that may have a related subspecialty board; fellowship time is often used to prepare for specialty boards examinations. See Training.

fellowship

(fel'o-ship?) [ME. felaweshipe]
An awarded or sponsored educational experience leading to specialized training.
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Of the 4 areas outlined by Kass et al (6) for gauging preparedness, 3 (appropriately seeking consultation, judicious use of stains, and independent sign-out) may be the product of a good fellowship program.
The Fellowship Program is open to journalists who are native to one of the developing countries in Africa, Asia, South America and the Caribbean, and who are currently working full-time for a bona fide media organization in a developing nation.
We then computed the analysis of covariance for each year and found the standardized regression weight for fellowship along with its standard error.
Release date- 20082019 - An academic from City, University of London is one of those to be supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering's new series of Research Fellowships.
The JC Bose Fellowship is awarded to scientists in recognition for their outstanding performance by the Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, a release said.
The MOFA will sponsor the fellowship recipients with the following financial assistance paid at the beginning of each month: (a) Professor, associate professor, research fellow, or associate research fellow: NT60,000 (P100,000) (b) Assistant professor, assistant research fellow, or doctorate candidate: NT50,000 (P84,000) (c) One round-trip economy class air ticket for the most direct route between Taiwan and the Philippines and (d) Accident insurance co-verage (plus a medical insurance for accidental injuries): NT 1 million (approx.
"With our first class of fellows now entering their second year, this program is off to a strong start at creating a pipeline of Oklahoma-based mental health advocates," said Lauren Turner, fellowship coordinator.
"The fellowship process tends to look for innovations, the new," he said.
The meetings participants actively engaged in discussions on quality management and evaluation, innovation in fellowship programming, communication for development, fellowships and human rights, as well as various approaches to the implementation of fellowships.
The fellowship covers accommodations, hotel and most meals.
"Receiving approval from the Society of Surgical Oncology for this new fellowship affirms the quality of the curriculum and the faculty at MD Anderson at Cooper," Dr.
When Zentz announced his retirement, the board of directors of Bible Fellowship Church Homes Inc., the organization that oversees Fellowship Community, named Robert Erland, chairman of the board, as interim president and CEO.

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