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Description

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of 4 major trauma units in London and also one of the largest and busiest teaching hospitals in the United Kingdom, with around 1100 beds and 60 adult critical care beds. St George’s Hospital is the main teaching hospital in the western sector of South London and as such supports an extensive training programme for junior doctors.

Research Activities

The Fellow will be involved in trauma research, quality improvement and governance. As this is a new post there will be opportunity for the successful candidate to pursue their individual trauma related interest.

Studies currently running include CRASH-3, CRYOSTAT, UK-REBOA.

We are currently also setting up a trauma database with the aim of supporting further research activity.

Fellowship Program

Clinical Responsibilities

The successful candidate will be based on the General Intensive Care Unit and will be part of the on-call rota. They will be the critical care liaison with the major trauma MDT and attend the daily trauma meeting. There will be opportunities to be part of the major trauma team in the ED and follow cases through to theatre and critical care. They will be involved in trauma research, quality improvement and governance. As this is a new post there will be opportunity for the successful candidate to pursue their individual trauma related interest.

Research Opportunities

The Fellow will be involved in trauma research, quality improvement and governance. As this is a new post there will be opportunity for the successful candidate to pursue their individual trauma related interest.

Studies currently running include CRASH-3, CRYOSTAT, UK-REBOA.

We are currently also setting up a trauma database with the aim of supporting further research activity.

Teaching Responsibilities

There is a teaching rota in situ, and the Fellow will be expected to contribute to local teaching within the department. There is also an expectation that they will be involved in simulation, and TTM, TTL, ATLS, ETC courses.

Certifications

This post would be ideally suited to someone who has completed core training in Anaesthetics, Intensive Care or Emergency Medicine and has embarked or is about to embark on specialty training and has a minimum of six months experience in both Anaesthesia and Intensive Care or who is a post-CCT fellow.

Applicant Requirements

Prior experience of the UK healthcare system is desirable, and GMC registration is essential.

Contact

Vanessa Elliot

GICU,
St George's Hospital,
Blackshaw Road
London, London SW17 0QT
UK

Phone: 02087253131
Fax:

Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

URL: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/894d758c7b56b1ff1339d65cefe0b4ce/?vac_ref=914915712; www.gicu.sgul.ac.uk

Jan 12, 2018