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  • Advert number: 302101-0
  • Posted Date: 03/05/12
  • Closing Date: 19/05/12


Go beyond expectation

At this exciting time of change and development, we have three new positions available within the Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI). The PGMI is home to a number of highly successful researchers in clinical and lab based areas. It has been in existence for 17 years and continues to grow in both research and postgraduate teaching. Division of Cardiovascular & Respiratory Studies

Division of Cardiovascular & Respiratory Studies

Clinical Lecturer Telehealth in Respiratory Medicine

Ref: PG0060

Clinical Lecturer Telehealth in Cardiology

Ref: PG0061

Fixed term for two years | Salary: £30,992 pa

Joining a team of specialists both within and outside the PGMI, you could play a leading role in the development of telehealth services in the fields of cardiology or respiratory medicine. You will be involved in all aspects of teaching, research and the provision of clinical services, with a key focus on Heart Failure or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

A medical academic, you will hold the MRCP/MBBS qualification, or equivalent, and have suitable experience in cardiology or respiratory medicine, with a commitment to research. As part of either post, you will hold an honorary NHS contract, and have the opportunity to study for an MD.

To discuss these roles informally please contact:

Clinical Lecturer Telehealth in Respiratory Medicine
Professor A H Morice, tel 01482 624066.

Clinical Lecturer Telehealth in Cardiology
Professor J G Cleland, tel 01482 461780.

Clinical Senior Lecturer in Primary Respiratory Medicine

Ref: PG0059

Part-time (0.5wte) for two years
Salary: Clinical Academic Scale pro-rata

Working at both Castle Hill Hospital and Hull Royal Infirmary, this is an opportunity to conduct innovative research in the field of respiratory medicine. You will work along the whole patient pathway from self-care to specialist care, and take a lead in developing telemedicine in terms of research, service proposition and governance.

An experienced medical academic with a background in clinical or health services research, you will hold a relevant PhD or MD and have a proven track record of securing external research funding. You should also be prepared to teach on the Hull York Medical School’s undergraduate programme.

To discuss this role informally, please contact: Professor A H Morice, tel 01482 624066.

Closing date for all posts: 19 May 2012

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