For candidate observers/fellows
Visitor opportunities are available for any graduate in a health care field who wishes to visit for a few days to 1 week.
Internships of 1- to 6-month durations are available for medical students at Belgian universities.
Observerships of up to 1 month are offered for undergraduate and postgraduate health care professionals. Observers shall not participate in direct patient care or management, and certificates will not be issued.
Preceptorships of up to 6 months are available for persons with a Belgian license in a health care field. Preceptorships do not require a Dutch language exam.
Clinical fellowships of 6 months to 1 year are available for persons with Belgian certification of a medical degree. Clinical fellowships require a Dutch language exam and can be salaried positions. Clinical Fellows have patient responsibilities as part of an Advanced Specialty Training Programme (for example, the EACMFS cosmetic and plastic facial surgery programme).
Research fellowships of more than 3-month durations are available for when grants apply. Research fellowships do not require a Dutch language exam. Although Research Fellows usually do not hold hospital appointments, under certain conditions, Research Fellows may be granted appointments as observers. Research Fellows have no authorisation for any form of patient contact whatsoever, even if patient contact is part of a fellow's research project.
For an overview of the criteria, please consult the document in attachment.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.