Wiley is generously funding up to £2,000 per Travelling Fellowship to provide two Fellowships to celebrate ASME’s 60th anniversary.
The aim of the Fellowship is to provide financial support to an individual or a research group to facilitate gaining further experience/training/knowledge that will enable strengthening of health professional education research efforts on the topic of diversity. Diversity can cover a range of topics such as, but not exclusively:
widening access and selection into medicine
The individual or team must demonstrate commitment to a particular project and clearly indicate how the activities supported by the Travelling Fellowship will enhance the capacity to engage in conceptually grounded, methodologically rigorous, and programmatic research efforts in the topic area of diversity. Applications where the Fellowship will be used to enable visiting an institution or research group in furtherance of the individual’s own professional and personal development and collaborative opportunities or to bring a scholar to the team in furtherance of the group’s and research project’s development are particularly welcome.
The closing date for bids is 31st August 2017. We expect to receive one electronic version of the application by noon on the closing date. Applicants will be informed as to the outcome of their application by 31st October 2017. The fellowship must be used in 2018.
This opportunity is available to individual members of ASME.
Assessment of applications
All applications will be processed by the ASME office initially. Those which do not focus on diversity and/or have not fulfilled the guidance will be rejected at this screening stage. The remaining applications will be reviewed by a small Panel of members selected on the basis of their expertise.
Acknowledgement of support
Publications and other forms of media communication, including media appearances, press releases and conferences, must acknowledge the support received from Wiley and ASME. The expectation is that this Travelling Fellowship will lead to output in the form of a scholarly article which would be submitted for consideration of publication to an internationally recognized peer reviewed journal such as Medical Education or The Clinical Teacher
Kirsty Alexander, University of Aberdeen
Sally Curtis, University of Southampton
Sebastian Shaw, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Applications are now closed.