Clinical Fellow in Adolescent Medicine
Clinical Fellow (ST4-8) in Adolescent Medicine to join the TRACCS (Treatment and Rehabilitation of Adolescents with Complex Conditions) team in the Paediatric and Adolescent Division.
We are looking to appoint a full time Clinical Fellow (ST4-8 or equivalent) to work in the the Adolescent medical team, named Treatment and Rehabilitation of Adolescents with Complex Conditions Service (TRACCS) within UCLH’s Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine Division. This post is a 12 month fixed term appointment in the first instance to start from September 2021 On-call commitments are negotiable.
Our Adolescent Service is recognised as a leading example at a national level and the inpatient unit is the largest in Europe. As part of the team you would work with the consultant, registrar and SHO to see patients in clinics, day care and the adolescent ward. Outpatients often suffer from fatigue, pain, medically unexplained conditions and both physical and emotional difficulties. The adolescent unit has a mix of patients under different teams as well as the adolescent team who looks after young people with complex conditions for example affecting both physical and emotional health. There are many opportunities for working with multidisciplinary team colleagues.
We are passionate about providing excellent clinical care for young people alongside the best training opportunities. You would join a highly motivated team at the cutting edge of both service development and academic research. The department has received positive feedback for the many training opportunities offered both in clinical and non-clinical areas including leadership and management skills.
This advert closes on Tuesday 27 Apr 2021
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