|£41,732 to £44,263 per annum, Grade: J/Pathway One
|11th December 2023
|22nd January 2024
The Lecturer in Healthcare Law and Ethics will deliver education, research, and related administration within Centre for Ethics in Medicine, in Bristol Medical School. The Centre for Ethics in Medicine is a thriving multi- and interdisciplinary Centre, based in the Department of Population Health Sciences, in Bristol Medical School, with an excellent reputation for ground-breaking research, award-winning engagement activities, and high-quality teaching and training.
What will you be doing?
The role holder will provide teaching and assessment (and related administration) on healthcare law and ethics, primarily to undergraduate students on the (intercalated) iBSc in Healthcare Ethics and Law and the MBChB Medicine, and will also co-supervise postgraduate students. They will also produce their own research, in line with the very broad research strategy of the Centre for Ethics in Medicine. This will include grant capture and the production of papers published in high quality journals, as well as supporting collaborative research with immediate colleagues and those in the wider Faculty and beyond.
You should apply if
You should apply for this role if you are a driven and collaborative academic, with relevant qualifications and experience in healthcare law and ethics, who wants to pursue an academic career in an internationally recognised centre of excellence that provides an inclusive and supportive environment for career development.
Contract type: Permanent/open ended subject to satisfactory performance.
Work pattern: full time/1.0 FTE
Shift pattern: 35 hours per week
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 22/01/2024
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