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Clinical Fellow in Orthopaedic Anaesthesia and/or Perioperative Medicine - Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore

Applications are via nhs jobs https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy/ ( vacancy reference: 392-MS115 - Clinical Fellow in Anaesthesia )

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Applications are invited for the post of Clinical Fellow in anaesthesia at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore for the period of 6 months to commence as soon as possible.

The RNOH is a tertiary referral centre undertaking complex orthopaedic surgery. It is
the largest centre for spinal surgery in the UK; is also one of the few centres in the
world for peripheral nerve injury repair and has a spinal rehabilitation unit for spinal
injury patients. There is a stimulating and challenging case mix including adults and
children.


The post can be tailored to the educational needs of the post holder. You can expect to
gain experience in all aspects of major orthopaedic surgery. Clinical experience
includes exposure to high- risk assessment clinics and preoptimization, preoperative
MDTs, anaesthesia for complex surgery including major blood loss, anaesthesia for
chronic spinal injury patients, TIVA, postoperative pain management and stabilisation
on HDU. You will be assigned an educational supervisor.


Training can be focused on any one area or a combination of orthopaedic anaesthesia,
perioperative medicine, pain management and paediatric orthopaedic anaesthesia.
There is plenty of opportunity for research and quality improvement with the department
engaged in ACSA process; a quality driven acute pain team; GIRFT initiatives and
PQUIP collaborative.


You will join a team of 26 anaesthetic consultants and 8 anaesthetic trainees and are
supported by a fantastic anaesthetic department secretary and great team of nurses,
ODPs and HCAs.


You will also participate in 1:8 on call rota for Intensive Care with internal cover.
This post is suitable for UK trainees who are ST4 and above. We also welcome
applications from suitably qualified anaesthetists from other countries who have
completed at least 5 years of anaesthesia training and are eligible for registration with
GMC.


For further details contact: Dr Mogera Chandra, Divisional Clinical Director or Dr Jyothi
Sambhani, College Tutor via the anaesthetic department on 02089095560
Closing date: December 27, 2019

Need more information? Please contact Dr Jyothi Sambhani

News | Posted 12th December 2019
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