Royal College of Surgeons
The Fulbright Royal College of Surgeons Award allows UK trainee RCS members to pursue research into a number of surgical areas at any accredited US higher education institution, including:
- Development of new operative techniques
- Improvements in patient care and recovery
- Causes of surgical conditions
- Treatment and procedure
This grant covers any appropriate 3-12 month project.
Grantees will not be permitted to practise clinically in the US; research projects must not involve direct clinical contact with patients.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England is committed to enabling surgeons to achieve and maintain the highest standards of surgical practice and patient care.
Providing support, advice and education opportunities for surgeons in all stages of their career, the Royal College of Surgeons supervises training of surgeons in approved posts; examine trainees to ensure the highest professional standards; promote and support surgical research in the UK; support audit and evaluation of clinical effectiveness.
It also acts as an advisory body to Government, the health service, and other professional bodies; collaborate with other medical and academic organisations in the UK and worldwide; and itslibrary and museums provide a resource centre for surgeons and the public.
- £2,275 per month
Converted to dollars at the prevailing rate.
In addition to the grant amount, the Royal College of Surgeons will also pay the basic NHS Salary of the awardee for the duration of their time in the United States.
This is intended as a contribution towards any institutional fees and accommodation & maintenance costs while in the USA.