Neuro fellowship in Perth
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth is now employing two Neuro Anaesthesia fellows each year, starting in either February or August.
It is a 12-month fellowship with 6 months in Neuro Anaesthesia and 6 months doing a General Fellowship. During the 6-month Neuro Anaesthesia fellowship, fellows can expect the following weekly schedules:
- At least 2 full days of elective neurosurgery.
- half day non-clinical time.
- half day off to take advantage of the fantastic weather, wonderful beaches, and extensive water sports that Perth offers.
- A share of the after-hours roster with opportunities to be involved with emergency neurosurgical cases.
- No night shifts!
The fellowship is open to Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists applicants in their last year of training (Provisional Fellow or ATY3).
For applicants from overseas training programs, the last year of training is not a strict requirement, as long as the applicant has completed at least two years of advanced training.
As with all SCGH fellowships, interstate and overseas applications are encouraged as part of the departments commitment to educational exchange.
Temporary Medical Board registration is available for overseas trainees taking part in a structured accredited training program. This is a slow process, taking significant effort, but it is reliably achieved.
For further information please contact Christine Tan
Adult Cardiac Anaesthesia and Critical Care Fellowship Programme
Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEHB), Birmingham, UK (posted 5/10/2016)
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) is recognised as one of the leading NHS foundation trusts in the UK. It is a tertiary referral centre for adult, grown-up congenital heart surgery, and a regional centre for heart and lung transplantation.
The clinical fellows posts in cardiac anaesthesia and critical care are to commence as soon as possible. These posts represent a superb opportunity to gain clinical experience including but not limited to:
Trans-oesophageal and transthoracic echocardiology, coronary artery bypass graft, valve replacement and repair, complex aortic surgery including arch and descending aorta, grown-up congenital heart, ventricular assist device, heart and lung transplant, extra corporeal life support, electro-physiology, ablation, percutaneous aortic valve procedures.
Application Form covering all Fellowship information for QEHB.
Trauma and Neuroanaesthesia Fellowships – QEHB University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (posted 5/10/2016)
An excellent opportunity for post FANZCA trainees to attain skills in Trauma and Neuroanaesthesia.
QEHB provides provides direct clinical services to more than 800,000 patients every year, serving a regional, national and international population. It is a regional centre for trauma, burns and plastics, and has the largest solid organ transplantation programme in Europe. It is a tertiary referral centre for neurosurgery with 17 neuro consultant anaesthetists. It has a dedicated neurosurgical emergency theatre, along with 4 theatres for elective work and a dedicated interventional radiology suite.
These posts are not RCoA recognised training posts but training will be provided in a similar way and with the competencies required for future progress. Trainees will be supported in their application to the college for training approval. A letter of completion of fellowship will be awarded at the end of the year on successful completion of all modules. Fellowships are also available in Cardiac, Liver and Intensive Care. The duration is one year and intakes are February and August.
For further information please contact Chetan Parcha email here
Application Form for QEHB fellowships.