Aims and challenges of building national trainee networks in clinical microbiology and infectious disease disciplines
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Trainees represent the medical practice of tomorrow. Interactions and collaborations at the early stage in career will strengthen the future of our specialties, clinical microbiology and infectious diseases. Trainee networks at the national level help access the best education and career opportunities. The aim of this collaborative white paper between the Trainee Association of European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) and four national trainee networks is to discuss the motivation for building such networks and offer guidance for their creation and sustainability even during a health crisis.
Dellière , S , Peiffer-Smadja , N , João-Lopes , M , Cevik , M , Pichon , M , Bleibtreu , A , Schweitzer , V , Last , K , Ferreira , T G , Lemaignen , A & Barac , A 2021 , ' Aims and challenges of building national trainee networks in clinical microbiology and infectious disease disciplines ' , Future Microbiology , vol. Epub ahead of print , fmb-2021-0045 . https://doi.org/10.2217/fmb-2021-0045
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