The fellowship provides a unique opportunity to work at the Clinical Effectiveness Unit of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, within a multidisciplinary team, delivering a national audit and carrying out research whilst developing advanced analysis and research skills. The post-holder is expected to lead on the writing of journal articles and conference presentations and work towards either an MD or PhD with the support of senior colleagues at the CEU.
The closing date for applications is 1 June 2021. For more information and to apply go to:
Ms Nicola Fearnhead, Clinical Lead and Immediate Past President of the ACPGBI says
“Research during surgical or oncology training provides a unique opportunity to do a deep dive. Immerse yourself. This is when we really understand the challenges facing both clinicians and researchers. Knowing the challenges brings us together to collate and interpret data in meaningful ways. It gives us the best chance of improving outcomes and experience for patients with colorectal cancer. Making a meaningful impact is what we at NBOCA do, and our next Research Fellow will be an integral part of our patient-focussed team.”