"THE OXFORD DEANERY"
THE OXFORD DEANERY Specialty Registrar in INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE (Joint CCT Programme) Oxford Deanery Applications are invited for the Oxford Training Rotation in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) leading to a joint-CCT. The program will provide comprehensive training in the care of the critically ill patient as per guidelines set out by the Faculty in Intensive Care Medicine (FICM). Applicants should be in a substantive training programme in Anaesthesia, Medicine, Emergency Medicine or Surgery at ST3 level or above. One post is available for February 2013, one post for August 2013 and several posts are available with start dates between August 2014 and Feb 2015. Candidates are reminded of the requirement to start their advanced ICM training year within two years of their revised primary specialty CCT date. The schemes will last up to 18 months and can incorporate intermediate and advanced training, including placements in both general and specialist Intensive Care Units. These can include short attachments to neurosciences, cardiothoracic or paediatric critical care units. Additional attachments to microbiology or radiology are often incorporated according to training requirements, and exposure to tertiary specialties such as kidney- pancreas transplantation is routine. One of the posts starting in August 2014 can be linked to the Echocardiography fellowship as described in Journal of the Intensive Care Society (Volume 11:1, Jan 2010). The majority of the scheme will be based at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust with some rotations including the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading. Training will be competency based as per FICM guidelines (please refer to www.ficm.ac.uk for further details) and lead to a joint CCT in Intensive Care Medicine and the parent speciality. Applicants should have completed basic and complimentary ICM training as defined by the FICM (although there is potential for provision of a short period of complimentary speciality training within the programme for outstanding candidates who are eligible for the 2014/5 start dates). The Postgraduate Dean has confirmed that this post has appropriate staffing and educational approval. Applicants interested in less than full-time training should contact Dr R Mather, Associate Dean, Oxford Deanery Flexible Training Scheme, Oxford PGMDE, The Triangle, Roosevelt Drive, Headington, Oxford OX3 7XP. For further details please contact Dr Jonathan Chantler (firstname.lastname@example.org), Regional Advisor, or Dr Ian Rechner (email@example.com), Training Program Director in Intensive Care Medicine. To apply, please go to the recruitment pages of the NESC website and follow the link to the ICAMS recruitment at: http://www.nesc.nhs.uk/recruitment__careers/oxford_recruitment_2010/other_recruitmen t.aspx Closing date for applications: Short-listing will be available: Interviews scheduled for: June 2012 BMJ: Place Under: “Intensive Care” “Anaesthetics” “Medicine” “Emergency”