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Clinical Fellow Cardiac Electrophysiology (ST3)

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Clinical Fellow Cardiac Electrophysiology (ST3)

Scheme at NHS

  • LocationNewcastle upon Tyne, UK
  • Position levelScheme
  • Job period iconFull-time employment
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 28 Oct, 2018
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  • Competitive£ 35,000.0 per year
Employer:The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustDepartment:Cardiac ElectrophysiologyLocation:317 01 Freeman HospitalSalary:£35,000CLINICAL FELLOW IN CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY (ST3+)

REF. 317-TD-18-262

We are delighted to be able to offer an opportunity for a highly motivated, ambitious individual to join our well integrated team.
The purpose of this 12-month Fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology is to provide extensive training in advanced cardiac rhythm management at Freeman Hospital, one of the largest interventional electrophysiology centres in the UK. The Fellowship will involve training in catheter ablation, including the use of a range of 3-dimensional mapping systems and other technologies, and complex device implantation, in addition to in-patient and out-patient assessment of patients presenting with electrical cardiac issues.
Role of the EP Fellow
The appointee will participate extensively under the supervision of a Consultant Electrophysiologist in interventional electrophysiology procedures, with some additional exposure to cardiac device implantation, including complex devices. In the past 12 months, the following numbers of ablation procedures were performed:
SVT/typical flutter: 320
Atrial fibrillation: 350
Atrial tachycardia/atypical flutter: 60
Ventricular tachycardia/PVCs: 65
There is therefore a high proportion of complex arrhythmia cases, most of which involve use of 3D mapping systems.
The appointee will be expected to participate in the pre- and post-procedural care of patients they have performed procedures upon.
There are a number of arrhythmia-related studies on-going within the department, originating both from within and external to the unit, and the post will involve taking an active role in contributing to patient recruitment and data collection. It would be expected that the appointee will have opportunities to submit data for presentation at national/international conferences.
The EP Fellow will also be expected to contribute to the weekly EP MDT meeting, which involves education for trainees and physiologists, and discussion of the management of complex cases. They may also wish to attend the weekly Adult Congenital Heart Disease/Arrhythmia MDT meeting. There is also a monthly evening EP Journal Club which the appointee will be welcome to attend. The appointee will be encouraged to study for IBHRE or EHRA accreditation during their post if not already held.
For an informal discussion and further information regarding the opportunity and Directorate, please contact: Dr Moloy Das, Consultant Cardiologist on 0191 21 39179, or via email at Moloy.Das@nuth.nhs.uk.
To apply for this post, please visit NHS Jobs and complete the application form in full, please ensure that you provide references to cover the last 3 years. For any further queries, please contact Suzanne Evans, Assistant HR Officer at Suzanne.Evans@nuth.nhs.uk , quoting the post reference number.

Closing Date: Midnight on the 21 September 2018

Job Type:Fixed term (12 months)Working pattern:40Pay Scheme:Hospital Medical and Dental StaffPay Band:Specialty RegistrarStaff Group:Medical & DentalSpecialty/Function:Cardiac Electrophysiology

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