The CDA Resident and Fellow Education Bursary was created to support the academic work and professional development of Canadian trainees.
CDA Resident Fellow Associates who either (i) attend all three practice management sessions* or (ii) have an abstract accepted for presentation, in either oral or poster format, and are in attendance at the upcoming CDA Annual conference are eligible.
Bursary payments will be based on zones aligned to university dermatology training programs. Only one bursary will be issued per person. For multi-authored abstracts, bursary payments will be awarded to the presenting author for disbursement among the contributing authors.
Should expected claims be less and/or additional funding support is made available through new sponsorship, the below amounts will be increased.
Amount of individual bursary
* partial payments will be considered if less than three practice management sessions are attended.
For any inquiries, please contact Caroline Herzberg, Director of Professional Education and Accreditation, 613-738-1748, ext. 226; firstname.lastname@example.org. Eligible status will be based on the program year standing or participation in a fellowship as of January 27th, 2017.
The CDA Practice Management sessions are supported in part by Celgene through an unrestricted educational grant.