Developing World Education Program: Short Form Application - Faculty Airfare Only
Thank you for your interest in the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society's (MDS) Developing World Education Program. The goal of the Developing World Education Program is to support a local movement disorders education meeting/ course taking place in an underserved area by funding MDS faculty participation and/or other meetings costs as approved by MDS. For more information on the policies, requirements, and structure of the Program, please see the Developing World Education Program Policies and Procedures available on the MDS website
This Short Form Application is intended to facilitate participation of up to three approved MDS faculty at an education activity by sponsoring airfare (or ground transportation, if appropriate) to the activity. MDS will support the cost of business class airfare for faculty to and from the host country if these flights equal or exceed six hours. If the flights are under six hours, faculty will receive economy class flights. MDS payment of airfare costs will be made directly to the faculty upon completion of the course. If an MDS-designated travel agent is used, payment will be made directly to that agent.
If you would like to host this program in your country, please complete and submit this application to the MDS International Secretariat. Applications will be reviewed by the MDS Education Committee and selected based on the clarity and completeness of the program proposed, how well the program addresses the educational objectives indicated and how effectively the target audience need is explained.
If you would like to apply for support for additional aspects of a meeting beyond faculty airfare please complete the Developing World Education Program - Long Form Application available on the MDS Outreach Education website.
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