Applications for the 2014 Visiting fellowship scheme have now closed.
RCPCH Visiting Fellowship
The RCPCH Visiting Fellowships were established in 1983. Fellowships are awarded to enable paediatricians from abroad, who need financial assistance to spend up to four weeks visiting clinical centres in the UK to develop their knowledge and exchange good practice.
Ashok Nathwani Visiting Fellowship
The Ashok Nathwani Visiting Fellowship was established in 2001. It is administered by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and supports one Fellowship to be awarded every year in memory of Dr Ashok Nathwani, Fellow of the College, who was killed in the Indian earthquake in January 2001.
The Fellowship is awarded to enable paediatricians from abroad who need financial assistance, to spend up to four weeks in the UK, in order to attend the RCPCH Annual Conference and to make visits to a centre in the UK.
Donald Court Visiting Fellowship
The Donald Court Travel Fund was established in 1996 in memory of Professor Donald Court, former President of the British Paediatric Association.
The RCPCH and BACCH (British Association for Community Child Health) run the programme and award one Visiting Fellowship in community paediatrics every year.
How to apply
To apply for the Visiting Fellowship, download and complete the application form (below) and email it along with your supporting documents to email@example.com.
Please include 'Fellowship application 2014' and your name into the subject heading of the email.
*Please read the regulations before completing the form.
For further information regarding any of the visiting fellowships, please contact the international team, +44 (0) 207 092 6010
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