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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

 

Fellowship Opportunities

For more opportunities, or to get involved with the College, please visit the PTC page.


 

Ghana Programme for Trainees

There is an exciting opportunity for higher trainees to take part in an OOPT/E in Ghana for 3 months, placements are available throughout the year. This would be particularly suited to Old Age and General Adult trainees, but welcomes applications from all specialties.

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The Gosling Fellowship

Due to a generous gift from the Gosling Estate, the Royal College of Psychiatrists would like to award the sum of £5000 each to two Psychiatry trainees specifically for the purpose of enabling them to complete a research project in the area of Neuropsychiatry as part of their psychiatry training programme.
The award can be used for anything that is directly needed for the research project, as justified in the application.

Applications will be judged against the following criteria:

  • The academic achievements shown by the candidate to date, based upon their CV and references.
  • The academic value of the proposed research project.
  • The future academic plans, and academic potential, of the candidate.

Prize: 2 prizes of £5,000 each

Eligible: Applicants must hold the MRCPsych and can be at any stage of training on an Approved Psychiatry Training Scheme in the UK.

Regulations:

Applicants must work in the UK.

Applicants should submit their application by email a 2-page CV including research experience, publications/presentations, career aims and a 2-A4 page (Ariel 11 font) outline of their research project which should include the following:

I. Aim of the project
II. A short background as to why the topic is important
III. Design and methods
IV. Research outputs
V. How the work will enhance the applicant’s career
VI. Justification for how the money will be spent

A letter from the Research Supervisor should be included outlining the supervisory arrangements (including name of supervisors and verifying that they have agreed to supervise the work).

A panel convened by the Academic Faculty of the Royal College of Psychiatrists will assess and (if necessary) interview the candidates.

As a condition of accepting the award the candidates are expected to present their work at the International Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists when completed.

Closing date: 31 May 2016

Submissions to: Chair, Academic Faculty

The Royal College of Psychiatrists Via: kitti.kottasz@rcpsych.ac.uk


JSPN Fellowship

The Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology offer an annual Fellowship to travel to their conference in Japan every summer.  Up to two people from each country can be put forward for the award. More information on this can be found of the JSPN's website.


 

Research Training Fellowships for Psychiatrists

Oxford University is pleased to announce a Training Fellowship programme specifically targeted at psychiatrists, and leading to award of a D.Phil. (=Ph.D.).  It is funded by the Wellcome Trust. Three Fellowships are available each year.

 

Psychiatry trainees at any stage from CT1 to ST6 are welcome to apply, and the scheme is flexible as to your clinical training needs. The main selection criterion is excellence and potential: we are looking for the next generation of academic psychiatrists.

 

Full details of the programme, potential supervisors & example projects, and how to apply, can be found here. The next round of applications will open in September 2015, with a deadline in early January 2016, to commence in Autumn 2016. You can also contact Professor Paul Harrison (harrisonpa@psych.ox.ac.uk) for advice and further information. Please find a flyer for the Research Training Fellowship here.

 


 

The Margaret Slack Travelling Fellowship

This travelling fellowship is awarded from funds bequeathed by Margaret Mary Slack. This travelling fellowship is intended to encourage senior psychiatric trainees to broaden their academic knowledge and experience in a centre of excellence either in the UK or abroad.  Though not essential, candidates may wish to pursue a research study. Visits are expected to be no longer than two to four weeks.

Applications will be judged against the following criteria:

  • The academic achievements shown by the candidate to date, based upon their CV and references.
  • The academic value of the proposed visit and research project.
  • The future academic plans, and academic potential, of the candidate.

Prize: £2,000

Frequency:  Annual

Closing date: 31 December

Submissions to: Chair, Academic Faculty by email

For full details, including regulations, eligibility criteria and application process, please visit the Faculty of Academic Psychiatry Prizes page.

  

Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM)

The National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme for junior doctors provides doctors in training with a unique opportunity to spend 12 months in a national healthcare-affiliated organisation outside of clinical practice to develop their skills in leadership, management, strategy, project management, and health policy.

If you are interested please see their website. In addition to the Fellowship Scheme the FMLM has lots of useful resources which can also be found on their website.

 

Updated 05/05/2016

 

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