NJR and the Royal College of Surgeons launch Fellowship opportunities
4 October 2012
The National Joint Registry (NJR) is pleased to announce two Fellowship opportunities in partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS). Sponsored for a minimum of 12 months, these fellowships are for orthopaedic trainees who wish to contribute to the analysis of data from the registry and undertake a period of independent research into arthroplasty.
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Click here to find out more and view the application information on the RCS website >
NJR National Development Lead Elaine Young added: "These Fellowships follow the success of two former NJR Fellows who were in post over the past eighteen months. Both Paul Baker and Simon Jameson have produced a substantial body of work and achieved recognition at home, and abroad, for their scientific papers, posters and podium presentations. We look forward to appointing two more Fellows through RCS, and welcome their contributions to the active NJR research programme."
Fifty percent of the Fellows' time will be focused on NJR-identified specialist topic work under the direction of the NJR research committee. Their remaining time will be devoted to work a specified research project devised by the applicant, wholly or mainly based on the analysis of data from the NJR. Successful applicants will also work with the NJR analytical team at the University of Bristol who will provide statistical support for work on NJR-identified specialist topics.
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NJR Fellows published papers: click here to visit the completed and ongoing research page >