Each of the ECNP Schools is arranged as one interactive week with an international faculty of experts. Suitable candidates are qualified psychiatrists, nationals of a European country, who are normally within 5 years of having received their defining qualification and likely to become key leaders in their individual countries. The ideal candidate would be an individual who has the potential to spread the knowledge acquired in this course in their own country. ECNP covers the cost of registration and accommodation for participants, and also provides a travel grant.
The 2015 Schools are as follows:
1. The ECNP School of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychopharmacology (click here for preliminary programme), 1-6 March 2015, Venice, Italy. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS TO BAP – 30 OCTOBER 2014
2. The ECNP School of Old Age Neuropsychopharmacology (click here for programe), 19-24 April 2015, Venice, Italy. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS TO BAP – 30 OCTOBER 2014
3. The ECNP School of Neuropsychopharmacology, 5-10 July 2015, Oxford, United Kingdom (click here for video of this year's school). DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS TO BAP – 3 JANUARY 2015
BAP Members are invited to apply to BAP for nomination to one ECNP School.
To apply, please send me a full CV, together with a 250-word resumé of future plans, and indicate which School you would like to attend.
Applications will be reviewed by a panel of BAP Council members then details of the chosen nominees will be passed to ECNP.
BAP Members are encouraged to forward this email to colleagues. However, nominees will only be chosen from the BAP Membership.
Membership details and application form are here: http://bap.org.uk/membership_benefits.php
Mrs Susan Chandler
British Association for Psychopharmacology
36 Cambridge Place
Cambridge CB2 1NS
Tel (direct): +44 1223 358 428
Tel (office): +44 1223 358 395
The British Association for Psychopharmacology is registered in England as a Private Limited Company No. 5866899. Registered Charity No. 277825. Registered Office: 36 Cambridge Place, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 1NS