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Locum Consultant Rheumatologist




Role of the Department:

The Rheumatology Department at St George’s is a large, dynamic and expanding department. It provides care for local residents, referred from Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and is the sole provider of tertiary referral services for South West Thames as well as the Hub for regional NHSE Adult Specialised Rheumatology services. The departments’ workload rises annually. Role is to support.

Skills required ;
Experience in Clinical training and experience equivalent to that required for gaining the UK CCST in Rheumatology and GiM
Ability to take full and independent responsibility for clinical care of patients
Understanding and experience of all aspects of clinical governance

Teaching medical undergraduates, postgraduates, nursing and other healthcare professionals
Established expertise in a specialist field of rheumatology
Experience in the design, recruitment, conduct and analysis of clinical trials
Experience in basic scientific research
Original research publications in peer reviewed journals
Ability to advise on the efficient and smooth running of a specialist service
Ability to lead, organise and manage
Computer-literate in Office applications Knowledge of IT-based patient information systems
Personal A caring and sensitive attitude to patients and colleagues
Ability to work independently and in a multi-disciplinary team
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Commitment to continuing medical education

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