Clinical Fellowship Training Programme
Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow
Training in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes is delivered at Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow to a level that is recognised by the BSPED (British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes) as sufficient for training in tertiary level training in this speciality.
The hospital is the largest tertiary paediatric centre in Scotland, offering all aspects of paediatric care. There is a large and active clinical workload representing all the sub-specialities of Paediatrics. The Consultant team has a strong research ethos. We aim to provide a varied and challenging training program to suit trainees who wish to pursue a career in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes.
During your fellowship programme you will be allocated to various clinical duties, depending on your experience and appropriate medical registration.
You will be encouraged to undertake a research/audit project during your fellowship.
Participation and presenting in unit meetings, ward rounds, journal club and departmental research meetings will be expected. There will also be opportunities to attend and present at regional meetings such as SPEG, national meetings such as BSPED and international meetings such as ESPE
Upon satisfactory completion of your fellowship you will be awarded a certificate.
Upon acceptance of the fellowship, a deposit of ten percent of the training fee (see below) is required to secure your post.
If you are paying the deposit yourself, we will refund the deposit upon receipt of your first six monthly instalment of the training fee.
The training fee should be paid at the beginning of your visit or if staying longer than six months then at the beginning of each six month block; please see below for details. This is in addition to your living expenses.
|Income Category (World bank)|
|Upper-Middle and above Income Countries||Low-Middle Income Countries||Low Income Countries/ESPE Fellowship|
Application Form & Deadlines
Please complete the form, if you wish to apply for the visiting fellowship and return the completed form together with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Preference will be given to those who have previous endocrine experience in a recognised training centre.
In order to provide the optimal endocrine experience and also your training needs, the number of available fellowships is limited.
You will need to apply for the fellowship at least 6-12 months before.
Please note that due to the Covid-19 pandemic there are currently no clinical fellowship slots available until January 2022.
You will be required to provide a supporting letter from your local paediatric endocrinologist and a copy of your CV.
Deadlines will be the 1st June & 1st December each year.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview via remote interview.
Dr M G Shaikh email@example.com
Prof SF Ahmed firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr A Mason email@example.com
Dr J Wong firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr M McMillan email@example.com