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Applications are invited for the post of Senior Fellow in Trauma & Orthopaedics to work in the Foot & Ankle team, who is interested in the field of complex foot & ankle conditions including trauma and post-trauma reconstruction, with an aim to consultant career in the specialty. This role would commence in September 2022 for 12 months. This post is suitable for a senior post-CCT trainee who would like to improve their skills in the management various Foot & Ankle condition including sports injury and complex hindfoot and post trauma reconstruction, ankle arthroscopy, arthrodesis, ligament reconstruction, ankle arthroplasty, This Trust has been selected to host a BOA Future Leadership Program Fellow. It is a National Orthopaedic Clinical leadership program conducted by British Orthopaedic Association for Senior trainees in Orthopaedics . The program aims to create an alumnus of leaders with the ability to improve the delivery of surgical care and to influence positive change within the profession by equipping them with the advanced leadership skills necessary to excel. Completion of the Fellowship may lead to a Post Graduate Certificate in leadership program. The Certificate is expected to be of considerable value when applying for consultant posts. Even though the Trust sponsors the Fellow for Future Leadership Program, it is subject to acceptance by the BOA onto the programme once the Fellow is appointed. See the BOA website for further details “BOA Future Leadership program" It is expected that the appointee will have experience in the field of general trauma and orthopaedics. Previous experience in the field is essential. Good communication skills are essential, as this post involves liaising with multidisciplinary teams. Further information: Interested applicants are welcome to contact: Mr S A Ali, Mr James Ramos, Mr Tarek El-Gamal – Trauma & Orthopaedics Consultants via email email@example.com Laura.Millward@uhb.nhs.uk Tarek.Elgamal@uhb.nhs.uk or switchboard: 0121 371 2000 Please submit an online application, ensuring you attach a copy of your CV. COVID-19 vaccination remains the best way to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues and of course our patients from the virus when working in our healthcare settings. We do encourage our staff to get vaccinated. We will be checking the vaccination status of all new starters so that we can manage individual and environmental risks, and so that we can support those who may be undecided about vaccination. If you are unvaccinated there is helpful advice and information online where you can also find out more about how to access vaccination.
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