Fellowships

A Comprehensive Fellowship Programme

including application process

Barts Health hosts the largest trauma centre in Europe for adults and children and three University-affiliated hospital sites. The Bone and Joint Health faculty are pleased to offer a fully comprehensive suite of fellowship programmes for subspecialist training.  We have an immediate catchment population of around 2.5 million, with a wider network for complex trauma and tertiary referral of over double that.

Each of our fellowships prioritise professional development, surgical autonomy and the ability to teach others.  Fellows are expected to leave the programme being confident, independent operators ready for practice and equipped to train.  Fellows have allocated time and access to QMUL facilities to explore research opportunities from the lab bench to the surgical simulator to the clinical trials unit. 

fellowship

Alumni

Educational and social programmes, including partners and previous alumni provide a rounded, balanced, yet highly purposeful, tried-and-tested environment for surgical development and innovation.  Fellowship supervisors are focused not just on training their fellows but also lifelong mentoring, advice and help to find definitive jobs into the network of the subspecialty.

Introducing the

Fellowship Programme

If you have any queries about our fellowships or wish to apply for one of them, please contact the respective fellowship directors. For queries about the fellowship social and educational programmes please get in touch.

Greg Firth

Greg Firth

Fellowship Co-ordinator

Peter Bates

Peter Bates

Fellowship Co-ordinator