Chief Registrar in Internal Medicine and Acute Medicine
(StR Higher Level)
Applications are invited for the post of Chief Registrar Fellow in the Directorate of Internal Medicine. The posts will consist of 50% Chief Registrar Work and 50% clinical duties. The key aspects of the role and responsibilities will include:
- Managing Services
- Coordination of Medical Care
- Quality and Service Improvement
- Education and Training
- Service Re-design
- Workforce Transformation.
The Chief Registrar role is modelled on the definition of a chief resident in the report of the RCP Future Hospital Commission. The chief registrar is a healthcare leadership and management development role.
The role carries responsibility for quality improvement and education and may also contribute to, or lead, local service re-design and workforce transformation activity. Chief registrars are emergent leaders of the future and it is anticipated that they will continue training in leadership and management after receiving their CCT/CESR.
There are no current plans to change junior doctors pay or conditions in Wales.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is a teaching Health Board with close links to Cardiff University - ranked 4th in the UK for research output, with particular strengths in infection and immunity, and neuroscience. The new Cardiff University Brain Imaging Centre (CUBRIC) is one of only three UK centres equipped with a 7-Tesla MRI scanner. There has been a recent complete overhaul of the medical school curriculum, with an emphasis on small group teaching and self-directed learning which would offer appointees significant opportunities to develop an interest in teaching. The Health Board actively encourages innovation and those interested in quality improvement projects will be strongly supported. Applicants interested in pursuing an interest in clinical leadership and management will be offered academic development opportunities and close mentoring from senior clinical leaders within the organisation.
The Health Board has budgets to share between primary and secondary care and function as Integrated Health Boards across the Health System.
References will be required to cover a minimum of three years of previous employment and/or training
In view of Border Immigration Agency regulations, all applicants must state their current immigration status including expiry dates.
A Disclosure Check will be required of the successful candidate
For further details / informal visits contact:
Aled Roberts, Clinical Director - 02920 742498
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