Editorial Fellowship ENYGO - IJGC Editorial Fellowships Background The International Journal of Gynecological Cancer plays a vital role in dissemination of scientific research in the field of gynecologic oncology and related disciplines. The European Network of Young Gynae Oncologists (ENYGO), European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO), and the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer (IJGC) have established the Editorial Fellowships for junior faculty and trainees within the ENYGO network (a network of over 700 juniors and trainees in gynaecological oncology and related subspecialties who are under 40 years of age) operating under the umbrella and with the support of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO). Selected individuals will work with either the Editor-in-Chief or one of the Associate Editors for the period of 3 months. Fellowship Objectives During their appointment, fellows will gain experience in medical editing, peer review processing, proposal/manuscript development, medical journal production, working with authors, editorial board management, and implementing a strategic vision plan. The objectives of the project are: Increase interest in “editorial” and other publication-related activities for trainees and fellows Creating opportunities for further development dedicated especially for the authors of the ENYGO LiFE Report (published as an IJGC supplement) Increase understanding and participation in the IJGC review process Tighten the relationship between the“new” generation of gynaecological oncologists and more older generations Increase the visibility of IJGC among younger gynaecological oncologists Learn about the process for fast-track mechanisms for submitted manuscripts, which will increase the satisfaction of the authors. IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ENYGO - IJGC Editorial Fellowship is designed for a junior faculty or fellow who wishes to build skills and gain experience through active participation in the IJGC editorial team. Candidates must have documented interest in gynaecologic oncology, such as: fellowship/residency in oncological gynaecology, radiotherapy or medical oncology (completed or in progress) work in an oncology centre documented publishing experience involvement in past ENYGO activities is an advantage. APPLICATIONS: To apply, candidate should send: CV (maximum 2 pages) Letter of interest (one page, please be as specific as possible in detailing the reason for interest in the Editorial Fellowship and how it would benefit to you). Letter of recommendation from the Head of the Department or from an ESGO or IGCS Member with a statement of protected time for the performance of the fellowship functions List of publications or performed reviews Proof of proficiency in English is absolutely necessary Applications should be sent to email@example.com Selection process: A review committee – composed of the IJGC Editor-in-Chief and ENYGO Chair, will evaluate the applications. The decision is final without right of appeal. General Information Fellowship Activities General Information General Information TIME: First quarter of 2019 NUMBER OF FELLOWSHIPS: 1 pilot fellowship, later 3-5 depending on the interest and possibilities of the IJGC editorial office DURATION: 3 months View the ESGO membership renewals. Fellowship Activities Fellowship activities The Fellow will participate in manuscript decisions, strategic planning for the journal, editorial team conference calls (when permitted), and journal's annual meeting (when permitted). In addition, the fellow will work on special projects based on personal areas of interest and the needs of the IJGC and Editor-in-Chief expectations. Fellows will develop the skills to further their own research careers and effect change in the quality of medical research. Examples of activities undertaken during the Fellowship might include the following: Serve as Editorial Fellow for 6 months. This individual will be listed on the IJGC's website as such Review of manuscripts Learn how electronic manuscript review systems work Be involved in the final decision of selected manuscripts together with the Editor-in-Chief Participate in monthly Senior Editors telephone conference calls (when permitted) Participate in all meetings of the Editors during the annual meetings of IJGC as per candidate’s availability (when permitted) Serve as liaison between IJGC and ENYGO Network Recruit trainees as reviewers as determined by the Editor-in-Chief Develop on-line initiatives (depending on the needs) Together with ENYGO organize and host a Fellows' Journal Club Webinar Preparation of an overview of published articles for lay people (depending on the needs) Final report to demonstrate what was learned during the program (e.g. written 1-page long summary, or progress report on a special project related to their editorial experience to be published on the ENYGO website) ENYGO - IJGC Editorial Fellowships Secretariat For more information and the status of your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at the Editorial Fellowships Secretariat. Testimonials Dear fellows,The Editorial Team at the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer is offering a 3-month Editorial Internship for all those interested in learning the mechanisms involved in processing of manuscript submission, peer-review analysis, revisions, and ultimately production and publication. This experience will match the Editorial Intern with either the Editor-in-Chief or one of the Associate Editors, and together they will work to assure for a very positive and productive learning experience. We look forward to working on this very exciting project. 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