The ESAIC Simulation Committee (SimC) is seeking to recruit 1 new member. The appointment will commence on 01 January 2024.
Each Committee member plays an important role in the activities of the ESAIC and the SimC. The main duties are:
- To provide suggestions for further development of the SimC
- To provide suggestions for topics for the Simulation programme for the Euroanaesthesia Congress
- Actively participate in projects of the SimC
The appointed members will be required to attend meetings of the SimC. These meeting can be online and physical meetings. Where necessary, travel expenses and accommodation required to attend these meetings are provided according to the standard ESAIC Reimbursement Policy.
Applications are encouraged from all ESAIC members who meet the following criteria.
An applicant should:
- Hold Active, Affiliate or Trainee ESAIC membership at the time of application
- Have participated in ESAIC activities
- Have experience as faculty in a simulation centre
- Have knowledge in pedagogy of training and education in simulation
- Be an author or co-author of publications on simulation
- Be fluent in English
Term of Office
The term of office of elected members is three years, (from 1 January 2024 to 31 December 2026), which can be extended subject to approval for up to two further years. No member can serve for more than five years.
How to apply
If you wish to apply, please send an e-mail to email@example.com and include:
- The completed application form;
- Your Curriculum Vitae, which should detail how you meet the criteria
- Short outline (maximum one page of A4) of your goals and perspective that you could contribute as a member of the SimC
- Declaration of conflict of interest for the last 3 years.
Applications must be received no later than midnight 25 June 2023. An appointment will be made by the ESAIC Board following recommendations by the Nominations Committee. Announcements are normally made by the end of October.
For more information about the Simulation Committee, please visit the ESAIC website
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ESAIC Simulation Committee