The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust has an international reputation for high quality patient care, education and research and its partnership with the Institute of Cancer Research has created the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe. These appointments offer excellent learning opportunities in units leading national and international research programmes. You will gain experience of working in multidisciplinary units composed of medical and clinical oncologists, haematologists, surgeons and specialists in palliative medicine, all working together to provide high quality management of cancer patients.
We have one vacancy, one stating December 2016 caring for patients haematological malignancies, including patients undergoing stem cell transplantation.
These posts form part of our medical inpatient cover rota and are combined with 16 core medical trainees and one GP trainee. They are suitable for doctors who have completed Foundation or core medical training, and are looking to gain further medical experience before moving into core training in medicine, general practice or higher specialist training in oncology, haematology or palliative medicine.
They offer general training and experience in the management of patients with chronic medical problems associated with a wide range of malignant diseases. In addition the candidates will also be exposed to medical emergencies related to cancer and its treatment.. Attendance of weekly teaching programs and journal clubs is encouraged, and there is access to simulation based training and training in the insertion of chest drain, ascitic drains, bone marrow aspiration and lumbar puncture. Additionally trainees will be offered a clinical supervisor and have access to a study leave budget for personalised training. Trust doctors have access to a state of the art library with online access to a large number of general medical and specialist journals.
We have created four ‘ward-based’ teams at both London and Sutton and introduced a shift system to ensure New Deal compliance. The Trust SHO’s will work a full shift rota which is EWTD 2009 compliant. The units include:
• Head and neck
• Palliative medicine
The positions are on the MN37 pay scale which ranges from £30, 002 - £47, 175 and includes on-call residential duties at band 1B. The post is to start in as soon as possible. The trust operates an equal opportunity policy.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Leisa Spink ( Email address removed )
Jaishree Bhosle ( Email address removed )
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