We offer observerships of varying length which provide clinicians with the opportunity to observe the work of St Mark’s Hospital in a limited capacity.
Visitors who have been approved to observe may attend clinical activities but are not allowed to “scrub in” or be involved in any direct or indirect patient care or management. You may be granted access to attend clinics, endoscopy and physiology sessions as an observer however this is at the discretion of the consultant concerned.
The typical duration of an observership with St Mark’s Hospital is one month, however it is possible to stay for a shorter or longer period of time. The maximum time you can visit the hospital is limited by our postgraduate teaching terms as observers may only attend outside these terms.
The cost of visiting St Mark’s as an observer depends upon the amount of time you wish to attend.
1 – 5 days: £30 per day
1 week: £150
1 month: £600 (£500 per additional month)
To be eligible to attend St Mark’s Hospital as an observer applicants should:
- Be in at least the third year or above of speciality training
- Have a special interest in intestinal and colorectal diseases
St Mark’s cannot cover the cost of travel, accommodation or other living expenses such as meals and transportation.
How to apply
Applications can be made by mailing your CV and a cover letter stating your reasons for applying to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that we cannot guarantee you will be given your preferred dates; visitors are welcome depending on the availability of the hospital.