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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
University Based
United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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Craniomaxillofacial Surgery, Pediatric
Clinical, Academic, Research
There is currently 1 post within the Craniofacial Surgery Team that would be ideal for anyone who wishes to consolidate their training in a specialist paediatric environment. The appointment will be for 12 months commencing from July 2020. The hospital provides a comprehensive range of paediatric specialities at tertiary care level. In association with the Institute of Child Health there are opportunities for research, training and development in all aspects of health & disease in children. The Craniofacial Centre is a Supra-regionally funded unit within the Directorate of Surgery. The Unit includes a multidisciplinary team responsible for the care and treatment of children with craniofacial conditions. The specialty accepts over 100 new patients a year, and over 70 transcranial procedures are performed. Patients are admitted to plastic surgery and neurosurgery wards. There is a dedicated craniofacial operating list. The Institute of Child Health is the medical school of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust and it is a constituent body of the University College London Medical School. Most of the hospital specialities are represented by respective research departments in the Institute. The UK’s only academic Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) specialising in paediatrics is a collaboration between GOSH and UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. We are a member of University College London (UCL) Partners, joining UCL with a number of other hospitals – an alliance for world-class research benefitting patients. In partnership with six other NHS trusts, we are the lead provider for North Thames Genomics Medicine Centre, part of the national 100,000 Genomes Project. Clinical training will be regarded as a priority. In addition to training provided in clinics and ward rounds other opportunities will be provided by attendance at teaching sessions. There is an induction programme for junior medical staff. The purpose of the Craniofacial Fellow post is to provide day-to-day clinical management of craniofacial patients (in conjunction with other team members) and to undertake a research project. Specific Clinical Responsibilities and Objectives The successful candidate will be involved in:  The inpatient assessment of children with craniofacial conditions.  Assisting at craniofacial operating lists.  Primary responsibility for perioperative care of these patients.  Take part in one in six on call rotas for plastic surgery (there is no Accident and Emergency department in the hospital).  Undertake outpatient clinics as appropriate.
Juling Ong , Mr
7-12 Months
Meals, housing, transportation
Domestic or International Applicants
In Plastic Surgey Residency/Training Program, In Fellowship, Sub-Specialty Trained, In Active Practice
Applications from job seekers who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome. All applicants should return their application forms electronically via NHS Jobs only.