Children's health care in Poland: study tour for paediatricians and neonatologists

Sector: Health
Type: Study tour
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Deadline: 29 January 2022 at 15:00 Kyiv time
Organiser: House of Europe: Czech Centres

Hop on the internship in the largest and best-equipped institute of paediatric healthcare in Poland — The Children's Memorial Health Institute in Warsaw. 

For three weeks, you will be working in the paediatrics, nutrition, and metabolic disease unit, visiting morning meetings, helping to consult the patients, and gossiping with coworkers during lunch breaks. Eight-hour shifts full of discoveries and weekends packed with walks around the historical centre of Warsaw await. 

The internship is scheduled for 28 February-18 March 2022. Due to the COVID-19, the dates of the tour might change.

What do I get?
  • Three-week internship in the best paediatric institute in Poland offering you the chance to study the procedures of Europan health care institutions from inside 
  • Acquaintance with Polish medical guidelines on diagnostics, treatment, and prevention of metabolic disease and the opportunity to apply them at practice
  • Contacts among the most proficient Polish paediatricians and neonatologists
  • Four lectures on the topics you choose yourself and the access to an immense library 
  • Certificate issued by the Children's Memorial Health Institute in Warsaw that will elevate your CV and offer continuous professional development grades
  • Magor expenses covered: tickets to and from Warsaw, accommodation, meals, internship, and COVID-19 PLR-tests
Can I apply?

We welcome paediatricians and neonatologists that: 

  • Aim to uplift health care in Ukraine and believe that each person’s contribution makes a difference
  • Have at least five years of professional experience 
  • Know English at B2 level: you should be able to communicate with peers and understand the lectures
  • Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca
What do I need to apply?
  • CV: professional experience, education, internship, and grants
  • Language certificate confirming that your level of English is B2
  • Copy of the first page of your international biometric passport valid for at least a year
  • Higher education diploma 
  • A valid certificate of specialist or a valid certificate of qualification category
  • Confirmation from the workplace
  • International vaccination certificate
How do I apply?

Read the information on the call carefully and apply via our online platform. Please find the question from the application form in the application form example.

Good to know
  • You will receive an email with the results of the selection on 4 February 2022. To succeed, make sure to answer all the questions, attach all the documents needed, and submit the application via clicking the “Submit entry” button before the deadline. We will choose one paediatrician and one neonatologist, following the selection criteria. Preference is given to participants without experience of EU internships.
  • You should cover the insurance expenses yourself. 
  • If your application is not selected, apply for the next open call or choose another House of Europe opportunity. 
  • You can only submit one application within one open call. If you fill in several applications, we will consider the one submitted first.

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