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Senior Clinical Fellow in Neurology (ST3+)

Employer
St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location
London
Salary
£37,068 to £57,570 per annum
Closing date
12 Dec 2023

Job Details

The Senior Clinical Fellow (Registrar) duties are to:o cover the neurology/stroke wardso see neurology/stroke referrals, including thrombolysis/thrombectomy callso contribute to the neurology/stroke on-call rotas (see below)o attend outpatient neurology/stroke clinics (see below)o teach medical students and other staff on the unit.o attend the weekly multidisciplinary meetings.o contribute to departmental research/audit/governance projects

Outpatient clinicsNeurology and stroke outpatient clinics are held in the Atkinson Morley Wing OPD which has 12 examination rooms. Each registrar will have the opportunity to do clinics. There are specialised clinics in all neurological subspecialties. Registrars have the opportunity to observe and assist in these, as well as to observe the recording and interpretation ofelectroencephalography and other techniques of evoked potentials, including auditory, visual, somatosensory and brainstem.

Registrar rotaAll registrars who are on the on call rota are resident on call. The main rota is a 1 in 18 shift system with 1 in 18 nights. Prospective cover applies within neurology and stroke medicine.

Additional on call shifts may be available covering other registrar's absence and extra shifts as needed in the evenings and weekends. Sometimes on-call rota slots are shared

Main duties of the job

St. George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Department of Neurology The Atkinson Morley Neuroscience Rotations ST3+ post available from February 2023

St. George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides acute and long term neurological services to 3.4 million inhabitants in the region. The neuroscience centre is located in the Atkinson Morley Wing at St. George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and provides state of the art facilities for diagnosis and treatment in all branches of neurology.

About us

St. George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest healthcare units in the United Kingdom accommodating around 1170 beds. It treats around 80,000 inpatients, day cases and over 300,000 outpatients annually. The Trust employs nearly 8,000 staff. It provides general acute services together with speciality services includingneuroscience, cardiothoracic, and specialist children's services.

It is the regional neuroscience centre for south-west London and a large part of Surrey and Sussex. St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the main teaching hospital in the south west sector of London and as such has developed links with most district general hospitals throughout Surrey and Sussex and supports a significant training programme for junior doctors who rotate through the Trust.

The Trust is on three sites: St George's Hospital, the base for acute general medicine, surgical services and level one neuro-rehabilitation Queen Mary's Hospital Roehampton for rehabilitation and community services and St. John's Therapy Centre in Battersea.

The Trust serves three local Primary Care Trusts and a population of about 1.3 million across South West London.

The new Atkinson Morley Wing is arranged over five floors, around inner courtyards. There are 233 in-patient and day-case beds, eight operating theatres and a range of state-of- the-art diagnostic and treatmentfacilities

Job description
Job responsibilities

DUTIES OF THE POST

The Senior Clinical Fellow (Registrar) duties are to: cover the neurology/stroke wards see neurology/stroke referrals, including thrombolysis/thrombectomy calls contribute to the neurology/stroke on-call rotas (see below) attend outpatient neurology/stroke clinics (see below) teach medical students and other staff on the unit. attend the weekly multidisciplinary meetings. contribute to departmental research/audit/governance projects

Outpatient clinicsNeurology and stroke outpatient clinics are held in the Atkinson Morley Wing OPD which has 12 examination rooms. Each registrar will have the opportunity to do clinics. There are specialised clinics in all neurological subspecialties. Registrars have the opportunity to observe and assist in these, as well as to observe the recording and interpretation ofelectroencephalography and other techniques of evoked potentials, including auditory, visual, somatosensory and brainstem.

Registrar rotaAll registrars who are on the on call rota are resident on call. The main rota is a 1 in 18 shift system with 1 in 18 nights. Prospective cover applies within neurology and stroke medicine.

Additional on call shifts may be available covering other registrars absence and extra shifts as needed in the evenings and weekends. Sometimes on-call rota slots are shared

Person Specification
Qualifications
Essential
  • Medical degree
  • GMC registration
Desirable
  • MRCP part 1/2/PACES
  • MRCS part 1
  • BA/BSc
Clinical Skills
Essential
  • Completed FY posts
  • Ability to take good medical notes.
  • Committed to principles and practice of clinical audit.
Desirable
  • Interested in teaching both undergraduates and postgraduates.
Personal Skills
Essential
  • Ability to work as a member of a team
  • Evidence of good communication skills
  • Potential to cope with stressful situations and undertake responsibility
Desirable
  • Interest in a career in Neurology or Neurosurgery or related discipline
Academic Achievement
Desirable
  • Understands principles and able to understand research results
  • Prizes
  • Academic publications


Employer details
Employer name

St George's Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Address

St George's University Hospital

London

SW17 0QT


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