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  • Advert number: 318230-0
  • Posted Date: 27/11/12
  • Closing Date: 15/12/12

Reference: M12034
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Clinical Fellow (Specialist Registrar Grade, Band 1A) for this post supporting Level 2 and 3 Critical Care at one of Europe’s leading Cancer Centres. This post is suited for Doctors with at least two Post Foundation years’ experience in relevant Acute Specialties of which at least six months is in Anaesthesia, although ideally they will be post FRCA or have equivalent Anaesthesia experience.
 The successful candidate will gain valuable experience working within an integrated Oncological Critical Care Service, led by a dedicated Critical Care Consultant Team, delivering high quality day to day Patient Care. They will provide resident medical cover for the Critical Care Unit (CCU), and support for the Cardiac Arrest, Outreach and Acute Pain Teams at The Christie. Additionally, the post offers regular timetabled, supervised sessions in Clinical Anaesthesia, and time for supportive activities such as audit.
 The following opportunities are available: Trust and Departmental induction programmes. Weekly departmental teaching sessions. Experience and training in Intensive Care of Adult Cancer patients, including advanced Cardiovascular and Respiratory support, in our state-of-the-art eight bedded unit delivering 500 patient episodes per annum. Experience in Clinical Anaesthesia for a wide range of Oncological Surgical procedures, often complex and requiring multidisciplinary input, and for Radiotherapy. Improve airway management skills. Acute and Chronic Pain Services. Access to comprehensive educational programmes within the Trust, the University of Manchester and the Greater Manchester region. Sympathetic Consultant support for specific developmental needs of the postholder.
 The Christie NHS Foundation Trust is a designated Teaching Hospital of the University of Manchester. There is an excellent educational infrastructure. The hospital is situated in the pleasant surroundings of South Manchester, with the benefit of access to cultural and leisure facilities of our great city and proximity to the natural beauty of the Peak District, the Lake District and North Wales.
 For an informal discussion contact: Dr Phil Haji-Michael, telephone: 0161 918 7590 or contact
 Applicants are asked to submit an up to date curriculum vitae and covering letter to: Please quote reference  M12034. Closing date: 15th December 2012.
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