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The Surgery & Cancer ICSU Whittington Health requires a Clinical Fellow (ST Grade) to work in the Urodynamics and Continence Services. You will be based at the Community Lower Urinary Tract Service (LUS) clinic, 151 Park Road, London N8 and may need to attend meetings at Whittington Hospital and at the Chronic UTI Group, Centre for Nephrology, Division of Medicine UCL, at Royal Free Hampstead.
You will fulfil the role of Clinical Fellow in the Urodynamics and Continence Services. You will see patients with continence related problems in the outpatients clinic held in Hornsey Central and work on diagnosing and monitoring lower urinary tract symptom patients under the supervision of Professor Malone-Lee.
You will learn urogynaecology history taking, diagnosis of LUTS and its medical management. You will be taught gynaecology examination, catheter management, urine microscopy, cystometrograms and the management of the patient based on the findings. You will also be trained in telephone consultations, responses to email enquiries and intravenous treatment administration. You will assist in the recruitment of patients for audits and research studies that are a vital part of this clinical academic unit.
There are no on call commitments and the job involves 9am start and 530 pm finish with half an hour lunch break. The doctors are not expected to work weekends or bank holidays.
You will have experience as a physician, gynaecologist or urologist at ST Level and have passed MBBS. Previous research experience would be desirable.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Professor James Malone-Lee on ( Phone number removed ) .
Whittington Health is committed to safeguarding all children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment
To comply with the Trust’s Safe Guarding Children and Vulnerable Adults policies, procedures and protocols all individual members of staff (paid or unpaid) have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults This will require you to:
Employment at Whittington Health is offered subject to successfull completion of a 6 month probabtionary period for all staff with the exception of GMC Registered Doctors
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