An exciting opportunity has arisen to be part of #TeamEDs Specialty Doctor - ST4+ level in Emergency Medicine. Once in post opportunity would be available to develop into a CESR post.
The post will comprise of mostly clinical duties, however, an integral part of the post will be the supervision and teaching of training grade doctors on the shop floor.
The successful applicant will work across both hospital sites, gaining experience in working in a Major Trauma Centre and tertiary centre for many hospital specialities and will be exposed to a variety of Emergency Medicine presentations.
Main duties of the job
Clinical duties will include all those duties normally expected of a Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine (level 4 and above) in the UK, and will account for the majority of the appointee's time.
In addition the appointee will be expected to take part in the formal teaching and on-going audit programmes within the directorate. Admin time will be allocated from the clinical component of the post.
At Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, our team is our work family. Working for the Trust, you will be working as part of a collaborative, friendly and caring team of incredible people who are committed to providing excellent care with compassion.
Our purpose is to be recognised as the centre for acute and specialised hospital services in Lancashire and South Cumbria. The Emergency Departments at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals are forward thinking. There is a very low turn over of permanent medical staff, which demonstrates the friendly and supportive atmosphere.
Please refer to the attached Job description, Person specification and Specialty/ Trust Brochure for further details on:
- What we can offer
- Job Plan/On-call Requirements
- The Team
- Full GMC Registration and Licence to Practice
- MBBS or equivalent (primary medical degree as recognised by the GMC)
- ALS and at least one of: ATLS, APLS, ETC (or equivalent), MIMMS
- Higher qualification: MCEM, FRCS, MRCS, MRCP, FRCA. Etc
- Certification in ALS, ATLS, APLS, MIMMS, WTC, PHEC, etc
Experience and Skills
- 4 years of postgraduate medical experience/ training of which at least 12 months must be in Emergency Medicine (at least 6 months of this should be in the UK in a training or middle grade post at CT3 level or above)
- Must not have been out of clinical practice for longer than 2 years.
- Previous involvement and understanding of audit
- Evidence of interest and participation in teaching. The ability to train and supervise junior medical staff and medical students
- Experience in posts other than A& E at middle grade level.
- Wider ability in patient evaluation and a working knowledge of minor illnesses and injuries
- Attendance at appropriate professional meetings and courses
- Publication of audit results
- Instructor status in an advanced life support or equivalent course
Research and Development
- Evidence of interest in personal development e.g. through research and/or publications
- Evidence of research with relevant publications in the specialty
- Works well within a multidisciplinary environment.
- Ability to travel across both hospital sites (Chorley and Preston)
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