This fellowship is an opportunity to work within the Oxford Global Surgery Group and develop an understanding of senior academic contribution to global surgery, anaesthetics and obstetrics. It is open to anaesthetic, surgical or obstetric trainees who would like to develop a deeper understanding of developing projects, doing research and educational activities in the field of global surgery. The fellowship is openly structured to allow each fellow to tailor it to their personal development plan but should centre on a personal project plus contributing to overall group activities. The fellow is affiliated to the Nuffield Department of Surgery. Arrangements to balance the fellowship within an individuals other commitments would be negotiated by the fellow with the support of the OUGSG. For more information please contact Dr. Sarah Davidson.
Current Fellow: Dr Sarah Davidson
Global Anaesthesia Fellowship
This fellowship is arranged through the Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics and is open to anaesthetists at trainee or post-CCT level who are eligible to work within the NHS. A half-day per week is allocated to global anaesthesia activity based in Oxford alongside clinical commitments (which include out of hours working) at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. Fellows are also offered a place on the annual Anaesthesia in Developing Countries course at reduced cost, and encouraged to contribute to the activities of the OUGSG. For more information, please contact Dr Hilary Edgcombe.
Current Fellow: Dr Konstantina Llia Karydi
Academic Clinical Fellowships
Academic Clinical Fellow posts are available to trainees in all specialties within a UK training scheme and allow trainees to continue clinical training alongside dedicated time for research in their area of interest. We support trainees wishing to undertake ACF posts related to global surgery and anaesthesia. For more information on upcoming posts and how to apply please see the Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School (OUCAGS) pages here.
Current ACF (Anaesthetics): Søren Kudsk-Iversen