Prospective GI Bleeding DFP members should be an SAR member. Applications should have demonstrated an interest in the imaging of GI bleeding through clinical leadership on this topic, or participated in relevant peer reviewed publications or educational projects.
Early career members must be ≤7 years out from training (fellowship) or <40 years of age; a potential early career should be presented to the DFP by an existing DFP member.
Complete the online application form on the SAR website. The application will be reviewed by the DFP chairs who will contact the applicant to discuss their interest and prior work in the area of GI bleeding.
Early career candidates should submit a CV and a brief written description of their background and interest in the topic of GI Bleeding.
The chairs will discuss the applicant with panel members, and the applicant will be approved if >90% of members are in support.
New members will be invited to participate in all ongoing activities of the DFP, which include a variety of projects focusing on research, teaching and clinical care . Members will be expected to actively participate in DFP communications and meetings. Members will also be expected to actively contribute to the DFP through one or more activities such as SAR meeting posters or presentations, GI bleeding related research or educational projects, DFP functions (creating social media, participation as an intersociety liason, recruitment efforts, etc), early career member mentoring.
Early career members will be assigned 1-2 mentors. 1-2 specific projects will be assigned to the early career member that are aligned with their educational or research interests. The member will also be invited to participate in other ongoing efforts. An annual report will be generated listing the member’s projects, roles and progress and the report will be shared with the members of the DFP. At completion of the 3 year term the member will become and official membership if >90% DFP members are in support.