BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Specialist Registrar Acute Oncology post within a South East of England NHS Trust.
The Oncology Department provides a comprehensive clinical, radiotherapy and chemotherapy service for the population of the relevant region.
Applicants must have full GMC registration with a licence to practise. You will have at least four years’ full-time postgraduate training (or its equivalent gained on a part-time or flexible basis).
Your previous experience will include responsibility for Acute Medical Care.
As well as clinical commitments, the posts do carry teaching/learning opportunities and attendance at accredited learning events will be encouraged and funded by the Trust.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Provision of middle grade support to the Oncology Service.
- To share responsibility with Specialty Registrars in the day to day management of oncology services.
- This role includes the assessment of patients who attend unwell following chemotherapy treatment, participation in chemotherapy new and follow-up clinics, and middle grade support for inpatients.
- Ward referrals.
- Assisting named Consultants in Outpatient activity as per job plan.
- Shared role in delivery of teaching to Foundation Programme doctors.
- To share responsibility with SpR and F2 and F1 doctors in the day to day management of Oncology inpatient care.
- Active participation in Clinical Governance, audit and research activities of the department.
- Assisting in administrative tasks of the Department.
- Keeping up to date and participating in CME.
- Participation in annual appraisals.
This post requires:
- Full MRCP and a pass in IELTS/OET or
- PLAB, MRCP 1 & 2, IELTS/OET and the Trust will provide you with PACES support