Applications are invited from UK consultant and trainee physicians for the John Glyn bursaries in rheumatology.
These bursaries were founded in 2006 by the family of the rheumatologist Dr John Glyn, in his memory. Their purpose is to support the travel and other costs associated with a visit to another centre in the UK or abroad, for the purpose of learning new clinical or research techniques relevant to rheumatology, and to bring these techniques back to the initial UK centre.
Two bursaries are available covering a period of one month each and will be offered to one consultant and one trainee. Each bursary will be for a maximum of £2,000, with the recipients being responsible for funding any additional costs.
UK consultants and trainees are eligible.
Below you can find the report of Dr Muhammad K Nisar, a recipient of the 2016 bursary, who visited the Amsterdam Rheumatology & Immunology Centre and Mayo Clinic, USA. The document is © Muhammad Nisar and is featured on the RCP website with kind permission of the author.