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Fellowship in Shoulder & Elbow Surgery

Employer
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Location
Stevenage
Salary
£33,885 to £53,132 a year pa
Closing date
12 Jul 2022

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Applications are invited for a Fellow in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. This is an excellent opportunity within the Shoulder and Elbow unit at East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust.

This is a fixed term appointment for 12 months based at Lister Hospital in Stevenage. The post is full time with a fixed 1:6 Saturday theatre session to support upper limb trauma but no further on call commitments. The post is not recognised for training and is designed to provide a platform for a post CCT surgeon to make the next step towards working as a Consultant.

Main duties of the job

The Fellow will be exposed to and expected to participate in all aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery including major arthroscopic procedures, arthroplasty, complex trauma and revision surgery. There are regular weekly elective and upper limb trauma lists with the supervising consultants. There is scope for parallel and independent operating lists and clinics depending on the progress of the fellow over the year.

About us

In April 2019 we launched our new five year strategy. We have also launched a new vision for the trust, which is:

Proud to deliver high-quality, compassionate care to our community

The vision clearly and simply lets everyone know why we exist. It is aspirational, inspirational and enduring - it is our constant purpose and objective.Our strategy was developed with engagement from our staff, patients and partners, throughout 2018/19 and consists of five strategic priorities which provide a framework to help the trust meet the needs of the community, and the challenges faced by the local health and care system over the next five years.

These strategic priorities are:
  • Quality - We deliver high-quality, compassionate services consistently across all our sites.
  • People - We create an environment which retains staff, recruits the best and develops an engaged, flexible and skilled workforce.
  • Pathways - We develop pathways across care boundaries, where this is in the best interests of patients.
  • Ease of Use - We redesign and invest in our systems and processes to provide a simple and reliable experience for our patients, their referrers, and our staff.
  • Sustainability - We provide a portfolio of services that is financially and clinically sustainable in the long term.


Job description
Job responsibilities

The Fellow will be actively involved in research and audit and will be responsible for running the MDT meeting. They will be expected to participate in the departments research program and would be supported in initiating original research. The fellow should aim to publish two peer reviewed publications over the year. The fellow will be supported in these activities with dedicated sessions for research and access to the research nurse.
  • Shoulder and Elbow elective and trauma operating and clinics.
  • Co-ordinating care pathways for Upper Limb trauma
  • Supervising trainee doctors

Helping run the Upper Limb service

Person Specification
Eligibility
Essential
  • Hold a current licence to practice from the General Medical Council
Qualifications
Essential
  • FRCS/MRCS or equivalent
  • Advanced Life Support Certificate or equivalent
  • Holds CCT and FRCS(Tr&Orth)or equivalent. Additional qualification such as BSc, MD.
Clinical Expertise in Speciality/Subspeciality
Essential
  • Experience of working in Trauma and Orthopaedics
  • Experience in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Registrar level. Documented subspeciality interest and commitment to Upper Limb surgery
  • NHS experience
Audit
Essential
  • Evidence of experience in clinical audit projects
  • Previous research experience


BMJRef: BMJ-82712/361-R2R-1958
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