Fellowships – Association of Otolaryngologists in Training

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The term “fellowship” can be used to describe the context of additional training, beyond that available within a Higher Surgical Training (HST) programme. Fellowships have long been undertaken by those in the final stages of training or those who have just completed training. At that stage in their careers, trainees are often looking for additional subspecialty exposure and surgical experience, to ensure that they are as competitive as possible and will be able to provide the best possible care for patients within their chosen field. Whilst obviously not required for ENT consultant practice, many of the more subspecialist consultant posts will see a fellowship as a “desirable” attribute, if not “essential”.

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