The BAAPS/BAPRAS Fellowship is designed to support post-CCT Trainee Plastic Surgeons, wishing to learn skills in Aesthetic Surgery and Medicine.
Four Fellowships of £8,000 each are available in 2017.
Fellows will assist a senior aesthetic practitioner and their team for a period of three months. The Fellowship will comprise:
Exposure to a full range of Aesthetic Surgery, including breast, truncal, facial and peri-orbital surgery.
Aesthetic medicine experience, including botulinum toxin and dermal filler procedures.
The opportunity to participate in outpatient, pre- and post-operative care.
Protected time will be given to individual tutorials on various areas of the Aesthetic Surgery syllabus.
Fellows will undertake a small scale-scale research project, or evidence-gathering project.
Programme Directors participating in the 2017 scheme are:
Mr Michael Cadier, Salisbury and South Coast.
Mr Fazel Fattah, Birmingham.
Mr Bryan Mayou, London.
Professor Neil McLean, Newcastle.
Mr Muhammad Riaz, Hull and Yorkshire
Mr Kenneth Stewart, Edinburgh.
In addition, Dr Greg Williams will provide Fellows with an overview of hair transplant surgery.