The aim of the Clinical Development Fellow Programme is to either support overseas doctors with their transition into the NHS or for UK trained doctors to further develop a portfolio of evidence within surgical specialties.
Clinical Fellows will have the opportunity to sit their Royal College Examinations, which they must self-fund. Clinical Fellows will stay in the programme for up to 2 years. It is expected that the doctor would remain with the Trust for a minimum of 18 months. At the end of the programme, all Clinical Fellows, whether UK or Overseas, will have a full portfolio of evidence of clinical experience, appraisal and assessment and, if they chose to take them, Royal College exams.
As for UK applicants, oversees doctors will be responsible for their own relocation and living expenses.
As a Clinical Development Fellow at the Trust you will be working with a team of Consultants, Specialist Trainees, Core Trainees and Foundation Year Trainees. Each post has a generic clinical component in the Surgical Division with 4 monthly rotations (following supernumerary sign off) within General Surgery (including sub-specialties), Trauma and Orthopaedics and Anaesthetics / Critical Care based on availability and interest. Please note not all of our Clinical Development Fellows posts attract an out-of-hours element.
All doctors will be given a full medical education programme. This will be tailored and matched to each doctors training and career progression needs. The programme will be under full programme management of Training Programme Director and other senior clinicians and under the direct authority of the Medical Director.
In May 2020, Kings Mill Hospital, was rated Outstanding by the CQC. Newark Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital are both rated Good and all 15 of our services are rated Good for Safety with 5 Outstanding services. We know safe, patient centred care is delivered by well supported people and in 2018 and 2019 colleagues at Sherwood rated us the best Acute Trust in the Midlands. In 2019, in the Freedom to Speak Up Index, we were the top rated Acute Trust in the East Midlands.
We provide outstanding healthcare across the community to 500,000 people in Mansfield, Ashfield, Newark and parts of Derbyshire and Lincolnshire. We work with 5,000 colleagues in our three hospitals and have well established relationships with health and social care partners through the Mid Notts Integrated Care Partnership.
We have an open, inclusive and diverse culture and we would like you to be part of the team.
Richard Mitchell, Chief Executive
This advert closes on Thursday 7 Oct 2021
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