Posts filed under: Fellowships

The winner of the free place on the BOA National Clinical Leaders Programme is: Helen Vint, Newcastle trainee. The applications were shortlisted and formal interviews took place at the BOA offices last week. This place was kindly sponsored by Postgraduate...
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  Job Title Clinical Fellow in Shoulder Surgery Educational Supervisors Mr Hasan Ahmed Ms Susan Alexander Mr Steven Corbett Mr Ali Narvani Mr Andy Richards Mr Andrew Wallace Dr Julian Redhead, Medical Director Location Fortius Clinic, 17 Fitzhardinge Street  ...
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  Job Title Clinical Fellow in Knee Surgery Educational Supervisors Sam Church & Jonathon Lavelle Location 2 Fitzhardinge Street   Fortius Clinic is the UK’s leading private orthopaedic and sports injury group. Fortius has availability for a Clinical Knee Fellow...
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New Spinal Trainee Interface Group (STIG) Fellowship to launch in 2019 Applications open summer 2018 Modular training to be agreed at the beginning of the fellowship: basic module for every one (degenerative spine, simple fusion, etc.) + advanced module (either...
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Applications are invited for the above posts starting in February 2017, for an initial period of 6 months with the potential to be extended for a further 6 months.   The Golden Jubilee National Hospital Orthopaedic department is one of...
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The British Elbow and Shoulder Society BESS has five Fellowships awarded annually, Three of the Fellowships, each to a value of £3500, are also available to Orthopaedic Trainees ST7 /ST8  who are Members of BESS and the Terms and Conditions for each of...
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  BOTA Travel Fellowship Awards We are proud to be able to offer BOTA members an opportunity to gain financial assistance to cover the cost of travel and accommodation for a travelling fellowship.   There are four travelling fellowship awards...
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THE JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (JCUH) RESEARCH ORTHOPAEDIC / HAND FELLOW (CT1/2 LEVEL) Applications are invited for the above post, to commence as soon as possible for a period of 12 months, subject to satisfactory review and appraisal. South Tees...
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Prof. Alexia Karantana, Clinical Associate Professor in Hand Surgery at The University of Nottingham, is advertising for a Clinical Research Fellow in Hand Surgery. The post is funded at clinical academic level and candidates may be aiming for a career...
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