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Advanced Clinical Fellow in Haematology

Employer
The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Location
Wolverhampton
Salary
£55,329 to £63,022 per annum
Closing date
26 Jun 2024

Managing Haematology emergencies within the ward-based setting.Managing patients within the new and follow up clinic including complex chronic conditions.

Day unit management of patients including prescribing chemotherapy and managing complications.Laboratory based Haematology including reporting blood films and Bone marrow biopsies. Use of the lab for transfusion medicine and coagulation testing. Practical procedures will be performed including Bone marrow biopsies.There will also be a 3 month rotation within a tertiary Haematology unit at the Queen Elizabeth hospital for transplant experience.

Main duties of the job

Managing Haematology emergencies within the ward-based setting.Managing patients within the new and follow up clinic including complex chronic conditions.

Day unit management of patients including prescribing chemotherapy and managing complications.Laboratory based Haematology including reporting blood films and Bone marrow biopsies. Use of the lab for transfusion medicine and coagulation testing. Practical procedures will be performed including Bone marrow biopsies.There will also be a 3 month rotation within a tertiary Haematology unit at the Queen Elizabeth hospital for transplant experience.

About us

We are delighted that you are interested in a role at The RoyalWolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT). You will be joining the Trust duringan exciting time as we are continuing to grow, along with the 450,000population we serve. The staff here are amongst the best in the country, and by joining our Trust you will have access to a huge range of training while working with our brilliant teams. In our latest inspection we were rated as 'Good' by the CQC, no mean feat given the current difficulties in healthcare. This was due to the hard work and dedication of our staff.During the latest inspection, we were praised on the great working relationships between all staff as well as patient feedback regarding the care provided by staff was consistently positive. There are more than 350 different professions in the NHS and we work hard to make sure all ourtalented staff are supported, whatever department they are in.Join us and you will be part of a team of more than 8,000 professionals who all work together to make sure patient care is our top priority

Job description
Job responsibilities

The candidate will work in a team comprising 13 consultants, 4 specialist cancer nurses, 22 ward nurses and 8-10 Clinical fellows and 4 junior doctors.

A timetable can be provided upon request and includes weekly rotations within the ward, out-patient clinic, laboratory, Day Unit and Bone procedures.

Working with a supervisor consultant delivering care to patients with Haematological conditions.

The candidate will be allocated a supervisor and receive an integrated report on their progress and leaning objectives for the attachment.

Person Specification
Essential Experience
Essential

  • experience

Qualifications
Essential

  • Achieve Relevant Qualifications

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