Senior Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Job Ref: MedacsA36
Occupation: Doctors
Specialty: Accident and Emergency
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 17 May 2022
  • London, UK London London GBR W2 1NY
  • Agnieszka Olbrys
  • Competitive
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Medacs Healthcare is looking for a Senior Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Emergency Medicine to join a busy NHS Hospital based in London.

Salary scale: £39,698 to £52,090 plus 40-50% banding

Hours: Full Time, up to 48 hours per week

Contract type: Fixed term for 12 months (with a possibility of extension)

We are looking for doctors who have experience and interest in either Paediatrics and/or Emergency Medicine, and who want to consolidate their skills, confidence and knowledge of the assessment and management of sick and injured children whilst learning how to manage a busy department.

Applicants should have at least 3 years post-foundation in either paediatrics or emergency medicine, and be at ST4+ level. It will be part of a 6 person senior rota consisting of paediatric and emergency medicine registrars.

The post will be part of a full-shift rota, covering the Children's Emergency Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Applicants should hold advanced resuscitation certification (e.g. APLS).

The department has a wealth of experience and opportunities, and is part of the RCPCH PEM training program. Although this clinical fellow post is not a designated training post, the successful candidate will have access to the same educational opportunities as doctors in training posts, with an educational supervisor.

This post will be 80% clinical, with 20% of the time allocated for associated projects.

Clinical Duties will include:

  • To provide safe and effective clinical care to children in the department, under the supervision of the Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant, in accordance with departmental and trust clinical guidelines and evidence.
  • To supervise more junior trainees and provide guidance, support and signposting.
  • To help provide on-going care for children on CDU, who are likely to go home within the next few hours, and to help treat and escalate if these children become more unwell.
  • To help with the resuscitation and stabilisation of significantly injured or sick children.
  • To help perform procedures including minor orthopaedic procedures, suturing etc

If you are interested and wish to receive more details about this post, please apply below and send your CV to Agnieszka Olbrys.

14/06/2022 06:41:46

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