Neuro-ophthalmology Clinical Fellow
Applications are invited for this Fellowship post, specialising in Neuro-ophthalmology.
The post is suitable for applicants from ophthalmology, medical ophthalmology or neurology training backgrounds and is not currently recognised by the Medical Royal Colleges towards a CCT.
Applicants are required to hold FRCOphth or equivalent and be registered with the General Medical Council.
There is no on call element associated with this post but the applicant is expected to be available for calls from Moorfields A&E department during normal working hours.
This post is available for a fixed term period of 12 months.
The closing date for application is July 10th 2022
Main duties of the job
- The post holder must be medically qualified and maintain GMC specialist registration and hold a licence to practice
- To develop and maintain the competencies required to carry out the duties required of the post.
- To ensure prompt attendance at agreed direct clinical care Programmed Activities.
- To ensure patients are involved in decisions about their care and to respond to their views.
- Participate in clinical audit and incident reporting
- To ensure clinical guidelines and protocols are adhered to
- To work collaboratively with all members of the multi-disciplinary team
- Adhere to Trust/departmental guidelines on leave including reporting absence.
Founded in 1804, Moorfields Eye Hospital is a world-class centre of excellence for eye health services, ophthalmic research and education. Every year, more than 750,000 patients are treated at City Road in central London and at 30 satellites, and, in partnership with the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, Moorfields lead one of the most impactful ophthalmic research programmes in the world.
The Moorfields Way is to be caring, organised, excellent and inclusive, and all applicants for posts at the hospital are expected to commit to upholding these values.