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Clinical Fellow (FY2-ST1-2 ) In Haemato - Oncology

Employer
Barts Health NHS Trust
Location
London
Salary
£37,068 to £39,260 per annum
Closing date
3 Jun 2024

We are recruiting to the post of Clinical Fellow (FY2-ST1-2 Equivalent Grade) in Haemato-Oncology to commence 7th August 2024.

The post will run until and including 4th February 2025. It may be possible to extend the contract further, depending on circumstances.

This post is based in the recently re-built state-of-the-art facilities at the Barts Cancer Centre at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in the City of London.

The centre is a major tertiary referral centre for all forms of malignant disease in adults, providing cancer services to a population of more than one and a half million people in East London and the City. We specialise in the delivery of inpatient and outpatient chemotherapy, immunotherapy and stem cell therapies including CAR-T cell therapy, and run a large clinical trials service.

The post would be particularly suitable for doctors who wish to gain a period of focussed experience and training and might be interested to pursue ST3 training in Haematology.

We take pride in the educational program we deliver for our junior doctors, and have an excellent track record in helping our clinical fellows reach their educational and training goals. The post holder will be allocated a Clinical Supervisor and be supported to advance their training record.

Main duties of the job

  • Daily review of in-patients usually with the SpR and/or Consultant
  • Ward duties including practical procedures and MDT meetings
  • Support for the FY1s
  • Review of new admissions
  • Outpatient experience where daytime duties allow
  • Experience of relevant sub-specialty procedures
  • Review of patients attending the day unit

The post is part of a full shift rota with 14 doctors participating in the night cover for Haemato-Oncology and Solid Tumour Oncology patients (as part of the Hospital at Night Team).

About us

Barts Health is one of the largest NHS trusts in the country, and one of Britain's leading healthcare providers.

The Barts Health group of NHS hospitals is entering an exciting new era on our improvement journey to becoming an outstanding organisation with a world-class clinical reputation. Having lifted ourselves out of special measures, we now have the impetus and breathing space to chart a fresh course in which we are continually striving to improve all our services for patients.

Our vision is to be a high-performing group of NHS hospitals, renowned for excellence and innovation, and providing safe and compassionate care to our patients in east London and beyond. That means being a provider of excellent patient safety, known for delivering consistently high standards of harm-free care and always caring for patients in the right place at the right time. It also means being an outstanding place to work, in which our WeCare values and behaviours are visible to all and guide us in how we work together.

We strive to live by our WeCare values and are committed to promoting inclusion, where every staff member has a sense of belonging. We value our differences and fully advocate, cultivate and support an inclusive working environment.

Job description
Job responsibilities

The post would be suitable for junior doctors who wish to gain a period of focussed experience and training in Haemato-Oncology including stem cell transplantation and CAR T-cell therapy.

Person Specification
Qualication
Essential

  • The applicant must have achieved a primary medical qualification as recognised by the General Medical Council (GMC) and have current Full Registration with the GMC.

Desirable

  • MRCP Part 1

Clinical Knowledge & Skills
Essential

  • Good clinical care
  • Maintaining good medical practice
  • Teaching and training, appraising and assessing
  • Relationships with patients, and can apply this understanding
  • Working with colleagues, and can apply this understanding
  • Probity and Health

Attributes
Essential

  • an understanding of the importance of the patient as the central focus of care
  • the ability to prioritise tasks and information appropriately
  • an understanding of the importance of working effectively with others
  • the ability to communicate effectively with both colleagues and patients
  • initiative and the ability to deal effectively with pressure and/or challenge
  • an understanding of the principles of equality and diversity

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