|Date Posted||January 16, 2020|
A Vacancy at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Paediatric Emergency Medicine Clinical Fellow posts with Speciality Interest
Start date August/September 2020 for 12 months
Applications are invited for candidates experienced in Emergency Medicine or Acute Paediatrics. The post offers an opportunity to consolidate Paediatric Emergency Medicine competencies and pursue an area of interest, which may include one of the following:
• Education and Simulation fellowship - Broad based practical training in simulation and education. The opportunity to complete a postgraduate certificate (PgCert) in medical education at University College London.
• Research and Quality Improvement fellowships - Opportunities to pursue research include evaluation of digital interventions, artificial intelligence in emergency medicine (UCLH-Turing partnership), clinical trials, novel therapeutics and diagnostics. Established links exist with the sepsis network and PERUKI. Opportunity to develop and complete projects with expertise and ground support of the research and quality improvement teams.
The post holder will be allocated 60% of their working time to clinical duties in Paediatric Emergency Medicine and 40% to develop an area of special interest.
This role is supported across both the Emergency Services and Paediatric divisions.
For more information about this post please contact:
Dr Sarah Trippick (Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant)
Dr Yasmin Baki (Paediatrician)
via Ms Karen Langworthy, Emergency Department PA, at ( Email address removed )
This post will attract 1A banding
Closing Date: TBC
Interview Date: TBC
This advert closes on Wednesday 12 Feb 2020
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