NJR researcher

NJR Research
Fellowship

Previous Fellowship promotional poster.

We run a rolling NJR Research Fellowship programme which is delivered in partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

We welcome applications from orthopaedic trainees who wish to contribute to the analysis of NJR data by undertaking a period of independent research into topics related to joint replacement surgery.

The fellowship is worth up to £75,000 per annum for a maximum two-year period.

We look forward to receiving applications from potential new fellows who can help to maximise the value of the use of data in new ways to help drive improvements and enhance service quality in orthopaedics.

Professor Mark Wilkinson

Fellowship Applications

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must:

• be a member, affiliate or ad eundem of RCS, or you may have an ad eundem application in progress;
• have an identified host institution with a recognised orthopaedic centre;
• have the written support of an orthopaedics-orientated mentor;
• propose a project that is aligned with the broad strategic objectives of the NJR and be based upon NJR data.

Please note the second year of the Fellowship is subject to satisfactory performance in the first year.

NJR/RCS Fellows will remain employed by their host institution, remunerated by the RCS. No indirect or directly incurred costs are allowed.

To apply for the Fellowship, please revisit our site again in Autumn 2022 to see the dates for application.

https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/standards-and-research/research/fellowships-awards-grants/fellowships/joint-rcs-njr-research-fellowships/

NJR Fellows

Mr Andrew Davies

Host Institution:
Imperial College London

Subject Area:
‘A comparison of patient reported outcomes and adverse events following elective total shoulder arthroplasty and hemiarthroplasty’

Mr Toby Jennison

Host Institution:
Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Trust

Subject Area:
‘An exploratory descriptive analysis of the 5 year survivorship of total ankle replacements compared with equivalent rates in administrative datasets with further adjusting for covariates’

Mr Rob Middleton

Host Institution:
University of Oxford

Subject Area:
‘The association between frailty and outcomes after primary knee replacement’

Mr Jonathan T Evans

Host Institution:
Musculoskeletal Research Unit
University of Bristol

Subject Area:
‘Extended benchmarking of hip prosthesis’

Mr Richard Craig

Host Institution:
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

Subject Area:
‘Improving outcomes after shoulder joint replacement surgery’

Mr Tanvir Khan

Host Institution:
University of Nottingham

Subject Area:
‘Periprosthetic fractures around the hip and knee: Predictors of failure by fracture, outcomes of surgical treatment and socioeconomic impact’

Dr Adrian Sayers

Host Institution:
Musculoskeletal Research Unit
University of Bristol

Subject Area:
‘Factors affecting mortality, morbidity and patient outcomes after joint replacement surgery’

Mr Jeya Palan

Host Institution:
University of Leicester

Subject Area:
‘Revision of total hip arthroplasty: an analysis of a decade of NJR data (2003 to 2013)’

Mr Paul Baker

Host Institution:
Imperial College London

Subject Area:
‘A comparison of patient reported outcomes and adverse events following elective total shoulder arthroplasty and hemiarthroplasty’

Mr Simon Jameson

Host Institution:
Imperial College London

Subject Area:
‘A comparison of patient reported outcomes and adverse events following elective total shoulder arthroplasty and hemiarthroplasty’

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