NNHF grants four educational fellowships per year to healthcare professionals from developing, emerging and transition countries. Our fellowships aim at capacity building by improving specialist knowledge in haemophilia care. Fellows receive training over three to six months at internationally recognised research and treatment centres. The ultimate goal of this programme is to transfer expertise to their home countries and to benefit other local experts in the future.
Apply for a fellowship
Typical candidates come from all disciplines needed in multidisciplinary care centres for haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders. Haematologists, paediatricians, physiotherapists, psychologists, surgeons, orthopaedists, nurses and dentists to name a few.
The applicant should prove a strong interest in pursuing a career in the area of haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders. Prior experience in the field can be an advantage. This goes together with a clear idea of what needs the training should fulfil and how this will serve in the centre or hospital upon return. Accordingly, the training schedule needs to match with the objectives and has to correspond with the given time frame.
The NNHF Council is the decision making body. We will let applicants know the decision in writing.
The application form and guidelines can be downloaded by following the links on the right. A complete application contains the following documents and references:
- Completed application form
- Applicant's Curriculum Vitae
- Confirmation letter of the hosting institute approving:
- The starting date
- Duration and content of the training
- Commitment to support the organisation of the training
- Funding additional course fees and material needs (if applicable)
- Setting up a training schedule