Fellowship qualification and nomination process
ITI Fellows are professionals in implant dentistry who assume official ITI functions on the ITI Board, Committees or in the Sections and show a high level of activity in at least one of the following areas: Education, research or leadership in a professional dental organization.
It is only possible to become an ITI Fellow by nomination.
Nominations for fellowship may only be made by ITI Fellows with at least four years seniority. Each nomination must be supported by two additional ITI Fellows. A letter of nomination accompanied by the candidate's CV and two letters of support, respectively need to be addressed to the ITI Section & Membership Core Group and sent to ITI Headquarters. The letters must provide details of the candidate's high level of activity in at least one of the designated areas.
All documentation must be provided to ITI Headquarters at the latest six weeks prior to the upcoming ITI Section & Membership Core Group meeting.
The nominator is responsible for the coordination of the support letters. Before submitting the nomination and support letters, the nominator must discuss each nomination with the Section Leadership Team of the country in which the candidate will reside after being granted fellowship. For candidates from countries without an ITI Section, the nominator must discuss the nomination with the the Section & Membership Core Group.
The ITI Section & Membership Core Group reviews Fellowship nominations three times a year and makes its recommendations to the Board.
Membership dues for Fellows
The annual membership fee for ITI Fellows as of 2014 is CHF 500 (Swiss Francs).
Benefits for ITI Fellows
Fellowship in the ITI entitles you to a variety of benefits:
the opportunity to develop your own personal network with likeminded professionals as well as opinion leaders in implant dentistry and related fields
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