Fellowship

  • Minimum five years' clinical experience in management of patients with overweight or obesity
  • Training in a medical or allied healthcare profession relating to obesity management
  • Demonstrate a leading role on a regional level in promoting obesity management
  • Demonstrate promotion of improvement in obesity management through membership of a regional guideline committee
  • Willing to organise regional clinical meetings and related activities
  • Willing to contribute to SCOPE activities 
  • At least five international peer-reviewed publications on obesity or obesity-related diseases, preferably including clinical issues published over the last five years, or 10 papers with no time limits
  • Member, or willing to become a member, of a World Obesity affiliated national association
  • SCOPE Certification (or SCOPE Membership under the previous system)
  • Minimum 10 years' clinical experience in management of overweight and obese patients
  • Training in a medical or allied healthcare profession relating to obesity management
  • High-level engagement in scientific activities, including participation and presentation at internationally renowned and recognized courses and congresses
  • Willing to contribute material for one SCOPE e-learning module annually
  • At least 10 international, peer-reviewed publications on obesity or obesity-related diseases, preferably published over the last 5 years, or 20 papers with no time limit
  • Member, or willing to become a member, of a World Obesity affiliated national association
  • Elected by nomination from SCOPE Fellows or by invitation of the Clinical Care Committee

Ready to apply?

If you meet the criteria for SCOPE National Fellowship and wish to apply, please complete the form below and return to scope@worldobesity.org with your CV and any other relevant documentation.

SCOPE Accreditation application form

This programme is partially supported by an unrestricted medical education grant from Novo Nordisk A/S.