The JBI Fellows Alumni provides ongoing contact and support between Fellows, Clinical Fellows and Institute staff; organises annual symposia, Fellows Dinners and a Fellows Assembly where almost all Fellows meet; and ongoing contact and networking between Fellows.
The JBI Alumni Association is run by members of the Alumni and aims to foster the development of evidence based healthcare through sustaining a connected community of clinical leaders devoted to creating collaboration and support for Alumni members to enable them to contribute to good leadership in translating evidence into action in health and social care.
The JBI Alumni is recognized for creating and supporting successful and effective evidence-based leaders in health and social care.
To establish a strong, supportive network of Fellows and Clinical Fellows who share mutual experiences, expertise and knowledge and act to promote evidence-based health
All Fellows and Clinical Fellows are eligible to be members of the Alumni.
The title of Fellow is conferred on those who participate in Institute teaching or research activities who have also achieved international distinction for their scholarly or clinical work, or who hold a senior leadership role in their profession, their health service or who hold a full chair in a university of good standing.
The title of Clinical Fellow is conferred on those who successfully complete the JBI Evidence-based Clinical Fellowship Program.
JBI Fellows and Clinical Fellows are admitted according to the rules for the admission and are able to use the post-nominal’s “FJBI” (Fellow, JBI) and “CFJBI” (Clinical Fellows, JBI).
For more information about the JBI Alumni please contact us at: [email protected]
The following are monographs of implementation reports produced by clinical fellows who have participated in the Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence-based Clinical Fellowship Program.