Trainees are advised to inform themselves of the timing of all curricular modules in their academic year and must remember that they are responsible for meeting the various assessment and progression requirements throughout the training programme. The Faculty is committed to the promotion of an environment for work which upholds the dignity and respect of staff and which supports every individual’s right to work in an environment which is free of any form of harassment, intimidation or bullying. Details of lectures can be found on MedHub.
Specialist Training Fund for Higher Specialist Trainees
Please note that claims are now managed directly by the Faculty of Radiologists For further information about the specialist training fund for higher specialist trainees please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the National Doctors Training & Planning Unit Hub at www.hse.ie/doctors
Call for Interest – Faculty of Radiologists’ Higher Degree Support Bursary
Information regarding this is available here: Higher Degree Bursary Application.July.2017
The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 17:00 hrs, Thursday September 4th 2017
Dr Richard Steevens’ Scholarship – please note that this is now OPEN
For sponsored SpR/SR Training Overseas 2018. Call for Applications The HSE is now inviting applications from SpRs/SRs for funding under the Dr. Richard Steevens’ Scholarship 2018 for sponsored clinical training overseas, where such training is either unavailable or limited in Ireland, commencing July 2018. While applications from all specialty areas will be considered, this year the HSE is particularly interested in receiving applications from trainees, in the following specialties Medicine, Ophthalmology, Radiology and Surgery
The details of which are available in the “applicant’s Guide” Please see the “Applicant’s Guide” for more information, available from Training Bodies.
Applications must be received by the Training Body by November 24th 2017.