International Fellowships


ASEAN Travelling Fellowship

AOA is calling for expressions of interest for two AOA members to become 2017 ASEAN Travelling Fellows.

Come and engage in a broader perspective of orthopaedic surgery and experience the exotic sights and tastes of the Orient!

Dates

September 23–27: Singapore
September 27–Oct 1: Manila, Philippines
October 1–5: Bangkok,Thailand
October 5–8:  Hanoi, Vietnam for the 37th ASEAN OA Annual Congress.

Details

AOA will provide return economy airfare (upgrade to business class at own expense).

Accommodation, airport transfers and local hospitality will be provided by the host country.

The registration fee is waived for meeting.

Each ASEAN Travelling Fellow is expected to present papers at the centres visited, as well as deliver some teaching in hospitals visited en route.

The application form is now available to download.

Please send applications or enquiries to: bev.hughes@aoa.org.au by 31 May 2017.

Please note that only Australian residents will be considered for this program.


Bart Clinical Fellowship

The Bart Clinical Fellowship is a 12 month fellowship based in Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Musgrave Park is one of the biggest elective Orthopaedic Units in the UK. 

The Bart Clinical Fellowship is a lower limb arthroplasty fellowship operating under the guidance of the Consultant Orthopaedic Team within the primary joint unit: Professor David Beverland (Chief Supervising Surgeon), Mr Brian Mockford, Mr Dennis Molloy and Mr Seamus O'Hagan.

At the end of the 12 months tenure, the fellow will be able to:

  • Perform straight forward primary hip and knee replacements on their own
  • Look after all surgical emergencies arising as a result of primary total joint replacement
  • Be competent in the decision making process with regard to the indications for primary total hip and knee replacement and to be able to to diagnose and plan the management of problems arising as a result of primary total joint replacement
  • Identity cases for revision surgery of the hip and kneed to be able to diagnose and plan the management of problems arising as a result of the revision arthroplasty

For more information on this fellowship, including the application process, please contact Professor Beverland via email on david.beverland@belfasttrust.hscni.net. Please attach your CV and two recent references.

Please note that only Australian residents will be considered for this program.

 


ABC Travelling Fellowship