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Australasian Fellowship

The ABN Australasian Fellowships are 12-month clinical placements in Australasia commencing late January/early February and expected to complement the clinical training in the UK. The posts will give the incumbents 12 months' accreditation towards their CCT in neurology.

This annual scheme commenced in 2013 and parallels the very successful ANZAN Fellowships to the UK that have been running for more than 20 years.

The recipient Australasian cities vary and will be confirmed when applications open each year.

HOST SITES FOR  2018 FELLOWSHIP WILL BE: 

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital  (SCGH) in Perth   

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney  

The Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, near Melbourne

 

Applications  open about 15 months before the start of the fellowship with interviews in March of the year preceding the fellowship.

The early application process allows the successful applicants as much time as possible to complete the necessary paperwork and also allow local training programme directors to fill the vacant training slot back in the UK.

Applicants apply through a CV and maximum 500-word statement outlining the objectives sought from such an overseas Fellowship. They must discuss their intention to apply with their local Training Programme Director (TPD) and also submit a short statement from the TPD supporting the application.

 

Previous fellows:

 

Feb 2013

Arvind Chandratheva Melbourne

Rob Adam Sydney

Diana Wei Auckland

 

Feb 2014

Christopher Carswell Sydney

Kerri Kinghorn Melbourne

Nicola Paul Adelaide

 

Feb 2015

Krishna Chanthapalli Sydney

Saw Ling Toh Melbourne

...... Gold Coast Hospital

 

News

ABN May newsletter has been published.

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Events

ABN Autumn Meeting 12 October 2017. For this and other meeting details click read more.

Read More