|Salary:||£73,367 to £95,104 per annum (pro rata if applicable) on the Clinical Senior Lecturer/Reader (Grade XCSL) scale|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||24th January 2023|
|Closes:||21st February 2023|
This NIHR Academic Clinical Lectureship in General Practice, provides an excellent opportunity for a general practitioner with outstanding potential to develop a successful career in academic primary care within a thriving and supportive environment. You will join the Centre for Academic Primary Care, an internationally leading centre for primary care research and teaching: the centre, led by Professor John Macleod and Professor Katrina Turner, provides an excellent environment for an aspiring academic general practitioner. In 2006, CAPC became a founder member of the NIHR School for Primary Care Research, recognising the excellence of its research. This status was renewed in 2021. We are one of only three departments which have been a member of the NIHR School since its inception. We conduct high quality research within themes relating to primary care, addressing questions of high priority to the NHS such as infection, dermatology, mental health, domestic violence, sexual health and cardiovascular disease, or wider questions of great importance for health policy, for example into the organisation of care and evaluation of new models of service delivery. You will obtain a post as a part-time partner or salaried doctor usually within a local research active general practice, with a commitment of up to 50% whole time equivalent.
What will you be doing?
In this lectureship, it will provide up to four years post-doctoral training to allow you to (i) provide the opportunity to develop a substantial and coherent post-doctoral programme of research and to publish from their doctorate, (ii) to consolidate clinical competence and experience as a general practitioner, (iii) to gain more experience of teaching in a variety of contexts, (iv) to prepare a high-quality application for a post-doctoral or clinician scientist research fellowship.
You should apply if
You will be fully accredited to work as a principal in general practice, have submitted a PhD or MD in a relevant subject area at the time of application and obtained MRCGP (or equivalent for overseas applicants).
You will have published several – including first author - papers in peer reviewed journals and have experience of undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching.
You should also have had a role in obtaining externally funded, peer-reviewed grant income.
Contract type: The post will be offered on a fixed term basis for a period of up to 4 years
Work pattern: Full time
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