The Fellowship will involve developing and delivering a sustainable and high-impact QI project in collaboration with local colleagues, in addition to taking part in delivery of anaesthesia care. Upon completion of the Fellowship, you can expect to have completed the ‘Anaesthesia in developing countries’ and ‘Improvement Science, Safe and Reliable Systems’ units within the RCOA 2010 Curriculum.
This is an exciting opportunity for a UK trainee keen to make a significant contribution to quality improvement and anaesthesia care in a low-resource setting. The Fellowship is in the process of being approved by the RCOA Training Committee and may be counted towards training as an OOPT or OOPE.
Start date will be August 2018 and the duration will be 6 or 12 months. A £1,000 monthly stipend will be paid during the Fellowship, some further limited support may be available for travel and other expenses.
Please download the information pack for person specification and further details. You can also contact Kristine Stave for further information on 0207 631 8881. Application is via CV and covering letter outlining your motivation for the Fellowship; this should be emailed to [email protected]
Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 26 January 2018 (5pm).
Interviews are planned to be held in central London during mid to late February.