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Leicester Intensive Care Fellowships

There are four new exciting Clinical Fellowships in Intensive Care in Leicester. For further details, see the NHS Jobs site

Adult ITU (here), Medical Training Initiative in Adult ITU (here), Intensive Care ECHO (here), Adult ITU ECMO and Transport (here).

Clinical Fellow in Intensive Care opportunities in Leicester

There are four new exciting Clinical Fellowships in Intensive Care in Leicester. For further details, see the NHS Jobs site

Adult ITU (here), Medical Training Initiative in Adult ITU (here), Intensive Care ECHO (here), Adult ITU ECMO and Transport (here).

Adult Intensive Care

Suitable for Anaesthesia trainees in between CT and ST training as well as those wishing to do Advanced ICM training. Fellows will gain experience in all aspects of general and cardiothoracic critical care.

For informal enquiries please contact Dr R Annamaneni (rajani.annamaneni@uhl-tr.nhs.uk)

Medical Training Initiative in Adult Intensive Care

Suitable for international doctors who have trained in either Anaesthesia or Critical Care in their country and wish to further enhance their skills in Adult Intensive Care Medicine within the UK. The post can be adjusted
to individual requirements based on their training goals.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr R Annamaneni (rajani.annamaneni@uhl-tr.nhs.uk)

Intensive Care ECHO

Suitable for Anaesthesia trainees in between CT and ST as well as those wishing to pursue echo and ultrasound as a specialist interest during higher/advanced training or post CCT. Flexible programme to accommodate novices to experts. Fellows will work towards FICE and/or BSE accreditation in TTE and/or TOE.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr G Lau (gary.lau@uhl-tr.nhs.uk).

Adult Intensive Care Medicine, ECMO and Transport

Suitable for ICM trainees from all disciplines who have completed Stage 1 (or equivalent) and wish to enhance their skills in a cardio-respiratory critical care unit with a particular focus on ECMO and transport of the critically ill. Also suitable as an OOPE/OOPT or as part of the special skills year for ICM trainees during Stage 2 training and those post-CCT.

For informal enquiries please contact Dr C Sampson (caroline.sampson@uhl-tr.nhs.uk)

Closing Date 3rd June 2015