BDI Resourcing have a position for a SHO in Haematology. The Trust offer a welcoming and extremely supportive working environment. 

The Post: 

  • The appointee will be part of a team of consultants, specialty doctors, and rotating junior staff providing a comprehensive Haematology service, and will work with a good team of specialist nurses in anticoagulation, chemotherapy, transfusion, haemoglobinopathy, and Paediatric Haematology.

Duties of the post: 

  • The appointee to the post would be expected to support the inpatient service and day care facilities together with the junior medical staff and to be part of regular outpatient clinic work.
  • The post holder will share equitable responsibilities with their professional colleagues and will contribute to the governance arrangements of the department.
  • The post holder will be expected to provide haematology cover for inpatients, day case patients and inpatient referrals.
  • They will be expected to attend the Multidisciplinary Team meetings as appropriate.
  • The appointee will be expected to take an active part in Undergraduate and Postgraduate teaching, including the training of junior doctors. Along with this, they will be expected to carry out audit projects. They may also undertake research.

Additional support: 

  • The Trust will encourage and supply support for the completion of the FRCPath/MRCP examinations. 
  • The Trust is committed to supporting the requirements for continuing education and professional development laid down by the Royal Colleges.  A personal development review will be undertaken by the Clinical Area Lead annually and objectives agreed. Appraisal is carried out according to GMC guidance in preparation for revalidation.


  • PLAB or MRCP part 1
  • GMC registered 
  • 6 months Haematology experience (NHS or international)

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