British Society of Gastroenterology Paul Brown Travel Fellowships

April 2004
Gut;Apr2004, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p616
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Paul Brown Travel Fellowships granted by British Society of Gastroenterology. They are intended to assist trainee gastroenterologists and established consultants in visits to units outside the Great Britain for specialist experience and training in endoscopy. Applicants are expected to provide confirmation that they have been accepted for training in the unit that they wish to visit. Successful applicants will be expected to provide a brief written report to the Endoscopy Committee of the outcome of their visit.


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