BAPRAS European Travelling Scholarships
To enable Specialist Registrars from UK to visit any plastic surgical centre in Europe.
Specialist Registrars (4-6) enrolled on a recognised training programme with the Specialist Advisory Committtee in plastic surgery are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to trainees travelling abroad without other financial awards and those applying for funding prior travel. Candidates seeking funds to travel abroad in paid jobs are less preferred.
Applicants should complete an application form, submit a proposed itinerary that should be detailed and give costs and the reasons for particular visits and a curriculum vitae (maximum length of two pages) to the Chairman of the Education and Research Sub-Committee, BAPRAS
Founded in 1946 as British Association of Plastic Surgeons. The objective of the association is to relieve sickness and to protect and preserve public health by the promotion and development of Plastic Surgery. A name change to British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) took effect in July 2006.