Fellowships & Education

BLRS is delighted to support the BOA Future Leaders Programme

For more information and if you wish to apply please follow this link:

https://www.boa.ac.uk/learning-and-events/courses/boa-future-leaders-programme.html  

Fellowships

Several high quality fellowships are available in the UK for senior trainees who have passed FRCS (Tr&Orth) or equivalent, and are preparing for a consultant career in limb reconstruction. The basic details and contacts are listed below.

Hull Royal Infirmary

Post 1: Adult Trauma, Children and adult limb reconstruction and bone infection.

Suitable for post-CCT and post-FRCS (Orth) candidates.

Post 2: International Fellowship; Adult Trauma, Children and adult limb reconstruction and bone infection.

Suitable for trainees and consultants from outside UK.

Duration
6 to 12 months
Supervisor(s)
Professor Hemant Sharma, Miss E Moulder, Mr Ross Muir

Leeds Teaching Hospitals

Adult and Children, acute trauma and elective limb reconstruction, bone infection

The Leeds Limb Reconstruction fellowship is open for applicants from February 2021. It offers exposure to elective and trauma Limb reconstruction surgery.

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It is particularly suitable for post-FRCS (Orth), post-CCT individuals who are looking to develop their limb reconstruction skills prior to taking up a consultant job in trauma and limb recon.
Duration
6 to 12 months
Supervisors
Simon Britten, Paddy Foster, Paul Harwood, Martin Taylor

Liverpool University Hospitals and Alder Hey Children's Hospital

Two posts. Adult and Children, acute trauma and elective limb reconstruction, bone infection

Exposure to Adult and Children Elective and Trauma Limb Reconstruction, includes bone infection, and offers exposure also to complex hindfoot reconstruction.

Duration
6 months
Supervisors
Badri Narayan, Nikos Giotakis, Philippa Thorpe, Ben Fischer, Nick Peterson.

Telephone enquiries: +44 151 706 6440

Northern General Hospital, Sheffield

Adult Acute Trauma & Elective Limb Reconstruction

Duration
6 to 12 months
Supervisors

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Adult trauma and post-traumatic limb reconstruction

Limb reconstruction for acute complex trauma, post-traumatic sequelae such as non-union &
malunion; centre for bone infection.

Duration
6-12 months, August-August.
Supervisors
Deepa Bose, Paul Fenton & Sally Wright

Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow limb reconstruction fellowship,
Adult Practice only.

Clinical exposure: trauma, non-union, mal-union, bone infection, foot deformity, ortho-plastic operating.

Management experience can be gained with exposure at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Duration
Rotation of either 6 or 12 months. Start date in August or February of each year.
Supervisor

Royal London Hospital

Adult Acute Trauma & Elective Limb Reconstruction

Duration
6 to 12 months, February- August
Supervisors

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Elective Adult and Paediatric Limb Reconstruction Surgery

Limb reconstruction for acute complex trauma, post-traumatic sequelae such as non-union &
malunion; centre for bone infection.

Duration
To be confirmed
Supervisors
Mr D Goodier, Mr P Calder and Mr J Wright.

Informal enquiries are welcomed on:
+44208 909 5890, or email Jayne.norton2@nhs.net

Sheffield Children’s Hospital

Children’s elective limb reconstruction and acute trauma

Duration
12 months
Supervisor