This post is intended for anaesthetists who are near or finished completing their training and want further experience in leadership. We welcome applications from overseas candidates who have had equivalent training and have GMC registration.
This role is designed to develop future medical leaders by supporting them in a 12 month project based at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. Working with the Executive Board and Medical Directors Office at GSTT, the post holder will have dedicated time to deliver a national pilot initiative aiming to implement shared decision making into the National Health Service. Alongside there may be opportunities to attend meeting at NHS England and the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, alongside the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. The post holder will also have to opportunity to support work within preoperative shared decision making inclusive of a local pilot and bridging links with the Centre for Perioperative Care at the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
The post holder will have the option to spend one day a week on clinical activities which are flexible to the needs of the post holder within Perioperative Medicine. These include preoperative assessment clinics, anaesthesia for the high risk surgical patient and post-operative critical care. There are no on-call commitments during this fellowship.
Closing date: Friday 30th August 2019 Midnight
Interview date: Tuesday 24th September 2019
- Ideally ST5+ or post-CCT
- Research background
- Leadership potential
- Potential for international opportunities
- At least one publication expected
- 1day/week clinical, no on calls
Fellows will have the opportunity to work in a department with a strong reputation for leadership at a national and international level, inclusive of Amit Pawa; President of Regional Anaesthesia UK, Imran Ahmad; Secretary, Difficult Airway Society; Claire Shannon and Claire Mallinson; Royal College of Anaesthetists Council Members, Kariem El-Boghdadly and Craig Bailey; Editorial Team, Anaesthesia and Ramai Santhirapala; Academy of Medical Royal Colleges/Centre for Perioperative Care and many more who hold senior leadership positions within the Trust.