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Calling Emergency Medicine Trainees – Research Opportunity with EMERGE!

Posted by Miranda Odam | 1 Nov 2018

Calling Emergency Medicine Trainees – Research Opportunity with EMERGE!

EMERGE Trainee Research Fellow Job advert

EMERGE Trainee Research Fellow job_description 31 10 2018

 

EMERGE is hiring!

Applications are now being considered for the post of EMERGE Research Fellow.

Applicants should be ST4 or ST5 trainees in Emergency Medicine. This newly created one year post will allow the successful applicant 4 hours dedicated research time per week which will take the place of clinical work.

During this time, the applicant will;

  1. have the opportunity to Co-PI a portfolio research study with supervision from the experienced EMERGE team and an EMERGE consultant
  2. be expected to become the South East Scotland lead for the RCEM TERN (Trainee Emergency Research Network; https://www.rcemlearning.co.uk/foamed/about-tern) project, and
  3. become the local PI for one of the new TERN projects

The hours can be worked flexibly over fortnightly periods around other clinical, training and personal commitments. This post has been approved by the EM TPD, EM CD, Dean and Associate Postgraduate Dean for South East Scotland and will aim to start in December 2018. This post will not affect a trainee’s CCT date and will not count as an out of programme secondment.

Please contact Matthew.reed@nhslothian.scot.nhs.ukfor more information and informal enquiries. Applicants should send a current CV to Emma.Nugent@nhslothian.scot.nhs.ukby 5pm on Friday 16thNovember 2018.

Interviews will be held the week commencing 26thNovember.

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