Posts filed under: Prizes/Grants

BOTA are pleased to announce that we have secured £10000 worth of fellowship grants to offer our membership. Applications are now open and will close at midnight Sunday 18th August.  Trainees can apply for only one grant. Successful candidates will...
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We are offering 1 x £500  and 2 x £250 bursaries to help fund a medical elective, in Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery, either in the UK or abroad this academic year (2018/2019). The bursaries are open to all undergraduate medical...
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This call is open to orthopaedic, veterinary and maxillo-facial surgeons, trainees and operating room personnel involved in trauma care. Applicants should submit a completed application form of their research proposal, which may involve any aspect of musculoskeletal trauma, including hand,...
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British Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery Medical Student Bursary    The purpose of this Bursary is to support a medical undergraduate who is an associate member with costs up to £500 with the following activities;  Organising an elective placement relevant...
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This years Elective bursaries are now available. We are offering 3 x £500 bursaries to help fund a medical elective, in Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery, either in the UK or abroad this coming academic year. The bursaries are open to all...
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Looking for Funds to help pay for a Course or Fellowship travel costs? AOUK invite applications for a research prize of £1,000. This is open to all surgeons in training, as well as operating room personnel. Entry is via submission...
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Thank you to all of those who entered this year’s essay competition. After receiving a large number of applications, all to a very high standard, it was a very difficult decision to choose the best. After voting as a committee...
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Thank you for submitting your application to be considered for a BOTA Medical Student Bursary 2017. We had 23 entries this year, with an extremely impressive standard of applications. After voting as a committee, the three winning entrants were: Omar...
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An interesting audit designed to look at consent. Since the Montgomery ruling in 2015, the purpose of this audit is to establish whether surgical practice is keeping up with the recent changes in UK law. The audit consists of a survey...
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