|Salary:||£35,858 to £63,423 per annum|
|Placed On:||6th December 2022|
|Closes:||19th January 2023|
This NIHR Clinical Lecturer post has been awarded to The Medical School at The University of Sheffield as part of the prestigious UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC)/Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) integrated academic training pathway. The clinical-academic job plan is flexible and the best schedule will be decided by discussion with academic and clinical supervisors before commencing the post. Clinical and academic time can either be taken as discrete blocks (e.g. alternating fortnights of clinical and academic work) or as set academic and clinical days every week. There is no out of hours commitment. You will be expected to comply with the curriculum requirements for histopathology as set out by the Royal College of Pathologists. You will also be expected to document your progress via the LEPT eportfolio system and will be assessed via an Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP).
Further details of the UKCRC/MMC integrated academic training pathway can be found at:
The Postgraduate Dean has confirmed that the post has the required educational and staffing approval and will come with an Academic National Training Number [NTN(A)] as part of the Sheffield rotation.
You will have evidence of academic achievement and will hold an MD / PhD or equivalent. You will have MRCS or equivalent and be eligible to hold an NTN, or may already hold an NTN, having undertaken some training at Specialty Registrar level.
The post is ideally suited to individuals wishing to build an academic career in pathology, and in particular those who have already undertaken research and who now wish to continue undertaking research whilst pursuing further training.
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