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The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Remote
USD 10-40K
Looking for fellows from African and Eastern Mediterranean regions to play an integral role in our humanitarian surgery initiative
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The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, Newcastle, Newry
£28,988 - £35,199 per year + excellent benefits
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Prospect Hospice, Swindon
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£43,857 per year
Work at one of Manchester's oldest charities managing and leading our finance department.
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Reading University Students' Union, England
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Job description

The Humanitarian Surgery Initiative (HSI) is an international collaboration led by Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England). The aim is to examine the potential role and contribution of technology and data-driven evidence in building humanitarian surgical capacity, resilience and preparedness in low resource settings.

A central component of this collaboration involves exploring potential platforms and tools that can be used to develop sustainable models for delivering training, mentorship, knowledge exchange, data management and evidence-based policy research. Further information is available on the College website. 

Innovation Fellowships

The College has already appointed two Humanitarian Surgery Innovation (HSI) Fellows based in the UK and now wishes to appoint two international fellows based in the following World Health Organisation (WHO) regions:

  • African Region
  • Eastern Mediterranean Region

International HSI Fellows will play an integral role in this collaboration by engaging with stakeholders, supporting and contributing to the substantive development and implementation of various work streams, conducting their own research and sharing their findings as part of the collaboration’s outputs, policy and communications efforts. They will be expected to:

  • Participate in a range of virtual (and potentially in-person) stakeholder events designed to gather feedback and input from the wider humanitarian and surgical care community.
  • Spend at least 70% of their time contributing to the delivery of policy research and analysis of the current landscape, implementing pilots, testing ideas and generating recommendations and policy insights. This work will involve close collaboration with the project delivery team, partners, work stream leads and the programme advisory group.
  • Spend the remaining 30% of their time pursuing their own project and policy research interests within the broad problem space of surgical systems strengthening in humanitarian surgery.

Fellowships must start as soon as possible, are for up to one year and may cover salaries, on-costs, some running expenses, access to training (in areas such as research methodology for example) and international travel. 

Applicants must have the following qualifications and experience:

  • A primary medical qualification (PMQ)
  • A postgraduate medical qualification (PGMQ) in a surgical specialty
  • Knowledge, understanding or experience of working in humanitarian (conflict, crisis, natural disaster, climate change) settings and its challenges.
  • An understanding of humanitarian decision-making, trauma systems and specifically the barriers and obstacles to delivering high-quality essential emergency surgical care, sustainable training models and local capacity development in low resource settings.   

Information Webinars/ Application Workshops

We will be holding two information webinars/ application workshops for those who would like to learn more about these fellowships. The webinars will take place on Tuesday 08 February 2022 at 2pm and at 6:30pm (GMT) and you can find more information on how to register for one of these webinars in the job description

Application Process & Deadline

  • The job description for the Humanitarian Surgery Innovation Fellowships can be downloaded below.
  • The deadline for applications is Monday 21 February 2022.
  • To be considered for a fellowship please complete the online registration form and upload your CV (which should be no more than 8 sides of A4). 
  • There will be an initial screening to check that you are eligible to apply.  If you are eligible an application form will be sent to you to complete and submit by the deadline. 
  • Incomplete applications or those received after the closing date will not be accepted.
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More about The Royal College of Surgeons of England

The Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England) is the professional body for surgery. Our mission is to build the future of the surgical... Read more

Posted on: 25 January 2022
Closing date: 21 February 2022
Tags: Policy/Research

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