NHS Jobs West Midlands, B16 9RG
Summary Academic Clinical Fellows - ACF in Renal Medicine - University of Keele Applications are invited for ACF Appointments in Renal Medicine in the West Midlands (University of Keele). Successful applicants will be appointed at ST1 -ST3 level. This advert will run from 28th October 2019 - 26th November 2019 Applications will open Week Commencing: 28th October 2019 Specialty: Renal Medicine Location of post: University of Keele Please note that an appointment may not be made in this specialty. There will be 1 ACF post in either Renal Medicine or Cardiology. Proposed Research Please refer to the Job Description Outline of the clinical and academic programme Please refer to the Job Description Health Education England for the West Midlands have ACF posts to offer as part of the NIHR integrated Academic Training Pathway. Our Academic Clinical Training programme provides an outstanding opportunity to combine clinical and academic research in a uniquely stimulating, translational research environment. The world-leading Universities located in the West Midlands benefit from the co-location of one of the largest catchment regions in Europe with an exceptionally strong scientific base. Our Academic Clinical Fellows are offered an excellent opportunity to acquire both a broad clinical training and a Masters Research degree. Applicants must meet the NIHR Person Specification, the Specialty specific Person Specification entry Criteria, and apply for and be deemed appointable in the appropriate national clinical interview (unless being a current trainee in the specialty is an entry option). If choosing ST3 level, applicants would havealready needed to clinically benchmark at the 2019 Renal Medicine ST3 Interviews, if applying at ST2 you will be an existing CMT trainee with a Training Number, if applying at ST1 level, you will need to of applied for Internal Medicine Training in 2019, and clinically benchmarked. You would need to be in post by the31st March 2020. Please be advised that in 2019, we will no longer be recruiting to Core Medical Training, the new specialty that will be recruited to is Internal Medicine Training (IMT), for more information on IMT and the future training pathways for physician specialties please visit the Royal College Website Group 1 specialties:Acute Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Endocrinology & Diabetes Mellitus, Gastroenterology, Genitourinary Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Infectious Diseases (except when dual with Medical Microbiology or Virology), Neurology, Palliative Medicine, Renal Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Rheumatology and Tropical Medicine (except when dual with Medical Microbiology or Virology). Please note that the ST1 programme is offered as three years in Internal Medicine Training (IMT) with progression to the specialty listed in Group1, subject to satisfactory progression. Applicants will be assessed and scored against the IMT person specification with panel representation from clinicians in the Group 1 Specialty. Group 2 specialties:?Allergy, Audiovestibular Medicine, Aviation & Space Medicine, Clinical Genetics, Clinical Neurophysiology, Dermatology, Haematology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases (when dual with Medical Microbiology or Virology), Medical Ophthalmology, Nuclear Medicine, Paediatric Cardiology, Pharmaceutical Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine and?Sport and Exercise Medicine. Please note that the ST1 programme is offered as two years in Internal Medicine Training (IMT) with progression to the specialty listed in Group2, subject to satisfactory progression. Applicants will be assessed and scored against the IMT person specification with panel representation from clinicians in the Group 2 Specialty. Medical Oncology: Please note that the ST1 programme is offered as two years in Internal Medicine Training (IMT) with progression to Medical Oncology subject to satisfactory progression. Applicants will be assessed and scored against the IMT person specification with panel representation from clinicians in Medical Oncology. The length of IMT for this specialty is subject to a decision by the GMC and it may be extended to three years. Applications will close: 26th November 2019 You will not be able to submit your application after this time. Please ensure that you have completed all the relevant sections of the application form as missing information will deem your application incomplete and it will not be considered. You must apply via our online recruitment system, Oriel. Oriel can be accessed from the link provided on this page. If you have any problems please contact [email protected] The qualifications and professional registration requirements plus other eligibility criteria can be found in the person specification attached. All training programs are equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently wish to train flexibly.