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Aspire Fellowship in Upper Limb and Reconstructive Microsurgery

Application Process Open

  • Interested candidates must submit an updated CV with a statement of interest when applying (Please note that doctors eligible to be appointed into one of the NDTP Aspire fellowships must be within three years of CSCST and have completed their HST training within an Irish Postgraduate Training Body)

Applications close COB Friday 30th April at 5pm

  • All applications should be submitted directly to shirleypotter@mater.ie
  • Please contact Dr Potter directly if you have any questions on the Fellowship

The Award

The successful applicant to the Fellowship will receive:

  • An SpR salary at the highest point of scale
  • Eligibility to access the Higher Specialist Training Fund the Clinical Course Exam Refund Scheme (CCERS) and the Training Supports Scheme (TSS) during the fellowship
  • Formal recognition of achievement following completion of the fellowship from the relevant Irish Post Graduate Medical Education Body/Bodies
  • A high quality fellowship experience in Ireland that will improve competitiveness for positions within Ireland

The Aspire Fellowship in Upper Limb and Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship

HospitalFellowship Name & InformationLead Supervisor
Mater Misericordiae University HospitalUpper Limb and Reconstructive Microsurgery FellowshipDr Shirley Potter