Dr Richard Steevens Scholarship
The Dr Richard Steevens’ Scholarship was established by the HSE in 2007, arising from a recommendation of the report of the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Group.
This important initiative provides a valuable opportunity for specialist medical trainees to spend time training in centres of excellence abroad and to bring the skills gained back to the Irish health service.
The programme is aimed at supporting clinical training as distinct from research and is particularly targeted at specialist/senior registrars who are in the latter stages of their higher specialist training programme, in order to maximise the benefit of specialised training abroad.
More information on this scholarship, including application details, can be found on the HSE website.
The following were successful in receiving this award in previous years.
|2019||Dr Adrian McArdle, a one-year Fellowship in Oncologic and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Toronto|
|2018||Dr Eva Bolton, a one-year Retroperitoneal and Pelvic Urological Oncology Fellowship at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London; Dr Emmeline Nugent, a six-month Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Colorectal Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio; Dr Peadar Waters, a one-year Surgical Oncology Fellowship in Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery for Advanced Colorectal Malignancy at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne|
|2017||Dr Kah Hoong Chang, six-month fellowship in Advanced Pelvic Malignancies & Robotic Colorectal Surgery Fellowship at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia Dr Niall Davis, one-year Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Genitourinary Tract Surgery at the Austin Hospital, Melbourne, Australia|
|2016||Dr Helen Heneghan, one-year Phoenix Fellowship in Bariatric Surgery in Chester, England|
|2015||Dr Anne Collins, one year fellowship in Plastic, Reconstructive and Microsurgery in St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, Australia|
|2013||Dr Aoife Lowery, one-year International Fellowship in Minimal Access Endocrine Surgery in Hospital Universitaire Timone, Marseille, France; Dr Sarah Earley, one-year Transcutaneous Aortic Valve Implantation / Major Aortic Fellowship in the London Heart Hospital University College Hospital London England|