Specialty Doctor - interest in undergraduate & postgraduate education
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
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Applications are invited for Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine to commence as soon as possible. One day a per week for Medical Education will be allocated to the successful candidate. This will include contributing to the education of undergraduate and postgraduate trainees, including simulation and direct shop floor supervision to assist in portfolio development.
Main duties of the job
Duties of the posts include:
To liaise between nurses, other clinicians, patients, relatives in order to support safe care
Attend and participate in board rounds, ward rounds and other related daily unit activities
Provide appropriate workplace supervision to other staff as and when needed as requested
Maintain high standards of professionalism, especially in relation to documentation
Participate in the Emergency rota (full shift system)
Discharge notifications and follow up clinic letters as directed.
Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells Trust has two Emergency Departments. We see combined annually 150,000 patients. Tunbridge Wells is a purpose built Emergency Department seeing trauma patients regularly and has its own Helipad. There are plans currently to develop a separate Paediatric Emergency Department.
The Trust is situated in a picturesque area of Kent, with good transport links, excellent schools and varied leisure activities!
Our teaching programme has been very well received and we have an increasing number of candidates who have gone into or completed higher specialist training with us.
The departments are supervised by ED Consultants 08.00-22.00hrs, who are very supportive and enthusiastic in helping you develop your clinical, academic and leadership quality, whilst you are part of our team and beyond.
To provide a high standard of care to any patient for whom you have clinical responsibility.
To participate in clinical and other service activities and developments with the aim of ensuring a high standard of patient care across the Trust.
To work in close co-operation with other medical, professional and managerial colleagues, both within and outside the specialty, to provide high quality health care to the Trusts patients, and to make a contribution to future thinking about the Trusts strategic direction
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