CLI316 - Clinical Fellow for Fracture Liaison Service Database

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Posted: 10/02/2021 14:32
Start Date: Not Available
Salary: non-remunerative
Location: London
Level: Volunteer
Deadline: 28/02/2021 23:59
Hours: N/A
Benefits: N/A
Job Type: Volunteer

Clinical fellow for Fracture Liaison Service Database (FLS-DB), Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme (FFFAP)

 

The Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme team are proud to open applications to join the FLS-DB as a clinical fellow. For the first time in the programmes history, clinical fellows for each workstream are being sought. The FLS-DB audit began collecting patient data in 2016, with now over 250,000 records submitted. It is still the only national secondary fracture prevention patient-level audit in the world. Offering the successful applicant, a unique insight into the running and maintenance of national clinical audit as well as the opportunity to network with key players across falls and fragility fracture care in the UK.

The fellowship is open for doctors in training or equivalent level Allied Health Care Professionals to further develop skills in data analysis as well as an understanding for development and management of national audits, including application of quality improvement initiatives, as well as report writing. This is a voluntary role and will not impact on their training/clinical responsibilities.

You will be a clinician early in your career with practical involvement in delivery of fracture prevention services, with experience and enthusiasm for supporting quality improvement work. You will work collaboratively with the workstream team to ensure cohesion and effectiveness of the workstreams’ contributions to the overall programme.

Further details of the position and how to apply are outlined in the job description and person specification.

 

Applications should include:

1. Applicant’s up-to-date CV including details of previous involvement in quality improvement work, and of previous experience in handling, analysing, and presenting data.

2. A statement on your suitability for the FLS-DB fellowship role including what you think should be the key focus for that audit over the next decade (in no more than 400 words).

 

Informal discussions about the role are welcome and can be arranged by contacting  Bonnie Wiles,  FLS-DB Project Manager Bonnie.Wiles@rcplondon.ac.uk or call 020 30175 1266.

The deadline for applications is Sunday 28 February

Interviews to be held Thursday 11 March.

 

The RCP positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.



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