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The Fellowship conundrum

EuroIntervention 2019;14:e1535-e1536. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV14I15A260

Over the last few weeks, our department has provided written and telephonic references for current and former interventional fellows keen on pursuing a period of further advanced training abroad. Some of these fellowship applications are at an advanced stage, but others are in the balance and it is not clear if they can be finalised before the start date. These precarious applicants compelled me to consider what advice I would offer to young colleagues facing the daunting task of securing a coveted fellowship.

Several factors must be considered when choosing an international fellowship (Figure 1). Foremost amongst these is ...

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