Tuesday, 17 December 2021

Clinical Research Training Fellowships

University of Liverpool and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Institute of Infection and Global Health
Location: University Campus (Year 1), Overseas (Years 2-4)
£31,838 - £56,312 pa
Ref: R-584933/WWW
Closing date for receipt of applications: Fri, 31 Jan 2022 17:00:00 GMT
We are recruiting for three Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Training Fellowships titled Health Priorities in Resource Limited Settings for our 7th cohort intake, commencing 1 September 2014.
The duration of the clinical training fellowship will be for a maximum of 4 years, with the first year based in Liverpool completing an MRes, and most or all of the remaining 3 years completing a clinical research PhD based overseas in a lower middle income country (L-MIC), addressing a research question of relevance to local health needs.
To apply medical graduates must have passed the relevant exam for their specialty, e.g. MRCP, MRCS, MRCOphth etc. GPs are advised to contact the office to clarify their eligibility. It is anticipated that many applicants will have already commenced their specialist training, but this is not essential.







Commenting on these fellowships Mr. Tim Goodacre said:

"This is an excellent opportunity, and I'm sure the fellowships will be highly sought after & therefore competitive. However, it'd be superb if a young research interested plastic surgeon were to take up the challenge and have a good idea to present. I'm sure we should publicise the advert, and suggest that anyone interested (who of course would need to be in a position to move to Liverpool for a years MRes followed by 3 years off & on in a developing nation) could contact any of the BFIRST committee to chat about possible avenues for research if they need inspiration."

Saturday, 14 December 2021

Association Of Breast Surgery Conference & AGM - Abstract Closing Date Approaching

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

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Association Of Breast Surgery Conference & AGM
19th & 20th May 2014
ACC Liverpool

Abstract submission for the ABS Conference & AGM 2014 is now open
To submit an abstract please click here
The deadline for abstract submission is Monday 16th December 2013 at 9am.
If you have a problem submitting an abstract ahead of the deadline please contact Lucy Davies at the ABS Office between 9am and 11am on Monday 16th December on 020 7869 6852 or by e-mail on lucydavies@absgbi.org.uk so that any issues can be resolved in time for your abstract to be included.

SURGICAL ONCOLOGY TRAINEE ASSOCIATION

SURGICAL ONCOLOGY TRAINEE ASSOCIATION

SOTA is an association for surgical trainees. The association provides assistance during members' training and represents all branches of cancer surgery in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Benefits of becoming a member of SOTA include;

• Free membership for the duration of training
• Free annual trainee conference, with a generic cancer surgery focus
• Free online subscription to the European Journal of Surgical Oncology (EJSO)
• Discounted fees to attend the BASO ~ ACS Scientific Conference
• Opportunity to become a member of the SOTA committee
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MEMBERSHIP IS FREE

Become a member of SOTA now!


BAAPS Trainee Membership


The Annual BAAPS membership fee for trainee members is to rise from January 2014 to £100.

However, we are pleased to announce that every trainee member of the BAAPS will now receive complimentary hard copies of The Gold Journal from ASAPS, along with online access to back copies.

In addition, trainee members will be able to register for BAAPS 2014 at the reduced rate of £100 per day.  New at the annual meeting next year is The Treatment Room - an area where companies will be demonstrating their products and offering free training in injectables.

Travel Fellowships worth £1000 are available solely to BAAPS trainee members - applications are now being taken for future projects.

Trainee members will continue to receive selected Newsletters from BAAPS along with access to the Member’s Area of the BAAPS website.

Please contact the BAAPS office at secretariat@baaps.org.uk for further information.

3rd European Symposium on Paediatric Hand Surgery and Rehablilitation



The British Society for Surgery of the Hand is delighted to host the 3rd European Symposium on Paediatric Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation. 

The meeting will be held at the Institute of Child Health in London on 13th & 14th January 2014.

The deadline for early registration is midnight on Sunday 15th December 2013. A late registration supplement of £75 will be payable after this date. I

An online registration form and further details are available here

RSM Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Section meeting - 22 January 2022

See the flyer below for the OMFS Section meeting at the RSM on 22/01/14


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ASiT Response to Shape of Training Review

The Association of Surgeons in Training have produced an excellent response to the Shape of Training Review which was published recently.


ASiT ShOT Response Final

Sunday, 8 December 2021

ASiT Surgical Trainee Conference | Fri 28th - Sun 30th March 2014

**CLOSING DATE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS: Midnight, Sunday 12th Jan 2014**

Nearly 800 delegates attended this year's Conference in Manchester - come along in 2014 to get ahead in your surgical training!

http://www.asit.org/events/conferences/2014

Highlights include:
- Submit research & audit abstracts for presentation
- Surgical trainee and medical student prizes
- Surgical career planning and advice
- Great value pre-conference educational courses
- Educational conference programme with expert guest speakers
- The famous ASiT Trainees’ Charity Gala Dinner party

The highest ranking abstracts accepted at the conference will be published in Elsevier’s International Journal of Surgery.

12 great value pre-conference courses on Friday 28 March 2022 including:

• SARS / BJS Research Skills for Surgeons
• Foundation Skills in Surgery
• Emergency Cross Cover Course
• Core Laparoscopic Skills
• Intermediate Laparoscopic Skills Course
• Foundation Skills in Orthopaedics Course
• Basic Skills in Vascular Surgery Course

For further info and enquires please contact: info@asit.org

ASiT Website: http://www.asit.org/
ASiT Twitter: https://twitter.com/ASiTofficial


ASiT 2014 Meeting Flyer - V 2

Surgical Fellow Melbourne - Closes Today, Sunday 8/12/13!!


Position Title Surgical Fellow - Plastics

Employment Status Fixed-Term Part Time

Department Peter Mac

Geographical Location East Melbourne

Award Classification HM30

Hours Per Fortnight 53

 The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is Australia’s only public hospital solely dedicated to cancer and one of an elite group of hospitals worldwide to have its own integrated cancer research program and laboratories. 


The Cancer Surgery Department is a growing, academically based group of surgeons delivering surgical care to cancer patients. Surgeons carry out their work in a multi-disciplinary environment within a sub-specialty service dedicated to the management of melanoma, complex skin tumours, sarcoma, breast and head and neck reconstruction. 

With a special interest in Plastic surgery, you will act independently and also as part of a clinical team. You will be involved with teaching and supervision of trainees and will be actively involved in research.

You are a suitably qualified medical practitioner registrable with the Medical Practitioners Board of Victoria and have a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons or equivalent. 

For further information in relation to this position, please contract Dr Angela Webb on 0401 003 905.


Selection Criteria Excellent skills and competencies as a clinician -Excellent communication skills with patients, their families and colleagues. •Registration with the Medical Practitioners Board of Australia. •Commitment to continuous quality improvement. •Teaching commitment and mentoring

Contact Person Shane Ryan

Closing Date 08/12/2021

More info here