Senior Clinical Fellows
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest and busiest in London with a well-established national and international reputation for clinical excellence and world class care.
An opportunity has arisen to appoint to a number of new senior clinical fellow posts within Renal with jobs starting in August/September 2019 for 12 months.
Successful candidates will work within a well led environment, committed to supporting ongoing professional development. These posts are ideal for those who:
Have completed core medical training
- Are making the transition from core to specialist training and seeking to consolidate knowledge and experience
- Have not previously worked in the NHS and seek an introduction to medicine at specialty trainee level
- Have completed specialty renal training but are seeking an additional year of clinical training in an academic renal unit.
Advanced Trainee in Renal Supportive Care - Concord & Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals
A Unique Opportunity for Renal Medicine Trainees in Renal Supportive Care: a Newly Created Accredited Interdisciplinary Role
Advanced Renal Trainee positions in the SLHD are based at Concord Repatriation General Hospital (CRGH) and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH). As one of the largest Renal Services in Australia, the Unit offers broad clinical exposure, including transplantation, dialysis, renal supportive care, acute and chronic kidney disease management and pre-eclampsia; both in in-patient and out-patient settings. The Unit is active and productive in clinical and basic research and committed to all aspects of training. The successful applicants will be expected to work at both the RPAH and CRGH campuses.
This 1.0FTE, Nephrology SAC accredited, position would ideally suit an applicant late in renal training, providing an opportunity for extended skills training in the area of Renal Supportive Care (RSC). Supervision will be from both Renal and Palliative Medicine physicians, with involvement in both educational programs of each of the disciplines, and RSC educational symposia. There is existing potential for research and service projects, and multidisciplinary involvement across different care settings. The successful candidate must be ready for Advanced Training in the RACP, having successfully completed Basic Physician Training, including the written and clinical exams.
See NSW Health Service JRMO Recruitment System
Position Number 19575
Dr Shaundeep Sen
Head of Nephrology
Concord Repatriation & General Hospital
Concord NSW 2037
(02) 9767 6447