Since its inception in 1999, British Indian Orthopaedic Society has actively been involved in interaction between Orthopaedic Surgeons between India and The United kingdom. The activities included exchange of academic meetings, conducting conferences, courses, organizing fellowships, assisting young doctors aspiring career in UK among others.
At the AGM held at Haydock park, Liverpool in June 2008, it has been decided to promote further the Overseas activities of Society, particularly by expanding the travelling fellowships for aspiring surgeons from India, both trainees and established surgeons.
For further information on various activities of BIOS, please click on the following links. You can also contact the BIOS using the information on the Contact page or Dr. Deepak Shivanna, Assistant professor, Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute (BIOS overseas representative) on email@example.com for further information. The following are some of the ongoing and planned activities.
- To organise academic visits of BIOS members visiting India to teach on courses and meetings. Click here for more information.
- Registrar travelling fellowships – for U.K trainees to centres in India. Click here for application pack.
- State Chapter / Subspecialty society sponsored BIOS travelling fellowships. Click here for application pack.
- Self sponsored individual BIOS travelling fellowships. Click here for application pack.
- To organise Medical Electives to Undergraduate students in India. Click here for application pack.
- Indo British Senior Travelling Fellowships for surgeons of over 45 years of age. Please visit the page on the Left menu under Fellowship and these pages for further information
- Indo British Junior Travelling Fellowships for surgeons of less than 45 years of age. Please visit the page on the Left Menu under Fellowship and these pages for further information
- Overseas Activities of IOS Dr Deepak Shivanna’s report for 2009
- A Medical Elective report on a visit to Bangalore by Kanai Garala in 2010