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Job Opportunity: Fellow in Medical Education to the Postgraduate Medical Dean

12 months ‘Out of Programme Experience’

Applicants should be SpR/StR (at current level).  Start date is flexible

Working for Dr Andrew Frankel, Postgraduate Medical Dean for Health Education South London (HESL), you will initiate and lead a range of change management projects relating to medical education with specific emphasis on quality and safety improvement, interprofessional learning and clinical leadership.

This open to doctors in Postgraduate Speciality or GP Training in a London training programme, giving an opportunity to spend a year ‘out of programme’ and contribute to developments in postgraduate medical education in London. The successful applicant will be part of a network of Medical Fellows in South London and within neighbouring LETBs.  They will undertake a strategic development project and make a significant contribution to the success of Health Education South London. As an integral part of the post, they will be funded to take part in a development programme resulting in a postgraduate certificate and will also be encouraged to maintain a clinical commitment of no more than three sessions per week.

Further information is available here.  For informal queries please contact Dr Andrew Frankel by emailing andrew.frankel@southlondon.hee.nhs.uk

Closing date: Midnight Sunday 12 January 2014

Interview date: Monday 27 January 2014

Electronic applications with Curriculum Vitae should be made to: mike.jolly@southlondon.hee.nhs.uk and copied tonick.moffatt@southlondon.hee.nhs.uk

Applications in writing, with Curriculum Vitae, to Mike Jolly, Recruitment Advisor, Human Resources department, HE Shared Service, 3rd Floor, Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DN

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