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Observership Reviewers

Observership reviewers are members of EUROSPINE Education Council and have been specifically appointed by the Education Council to overlook the Observership Grant programme.

Each Observership application will be impartially assessed by the Observership Reviewers, who will recommend grantee based on compliance with the application guidelines, quality of the application and relevance of the proposed Observership to the applicant's career.

Review Cycle

There are four application deadlines per year:
  • 1 January
  • 1 April
  • 1 June
  • 1 September

The duration of an application cycle is three months. An applicant who applies for the 1 January deadline can expect a response on 1 April.

The Grant amount will be paid at the latest two weeks after the decisions has been convened to the Observership grant recipient.

Applicants should therefore ensure that their Observership takes place after the grant decision and payment is expected.

Apply for an Observership Grant

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