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Applications now open for National Medical Directors Clinical Fellowship Scheme

Dec 16

Applications are now open for the National Medical Directors Clinical Fellowship Scheme 2020/21. The scheme will provide doctors in training with the unique opportunity to spend a year working with reputable healthcare organisations to develop their skills in: leadership management strategy project management health policy Fellows will be immersed in a range of health bodies,

  • 16 December 2019

RCOphth recruiting for new Surgical Skills Faculty Lead

Sep 13

Applicants are invited for the post of Surgical skills co-ordinator at the College. This post involves running the existing College skills courses (basic and advanced) in conjunction with the numerous faculty members from around the country. Development of new courses is also part of the role and an interest in teaching and training using innovative

  • 13 September 2018

Become the College’s next CESR Faculty Lead

Sep 12

The College is looking to recruit a CESR Faculty Lead to take forward work on behalf of the College from January 2019. This is also an opportunity to be involved with the Training Committee and to contribute to work streams on flexibility and transferability of skills and future changes to the CESR route developed by

  • 12 September 2018

New Assessors wanted for CESR applications

Feb 07

We are recruiting more consultants to assess applicants who wish to have their name entered on to the Specialist Register through the equivalence route. This involves reviewing applications from doctors both from the UK and abroad to determine whether their training and subsequent experience is equivalent to that of a recently successful CCT candidate. The

  • 7 February 2018

RCOphth is recruiting two clinicians to develop a new curriculum for the expanded ophthalmic multidisciplinary team – be part of a high-profile project

Feb 01

Following announcement of the Health Education England (HEE) funding to develop the Ophthalmology Common Clinical Competency Framework (OCCCF) standards, RCOphth is now recruiting two clinicians to join the high profile project team. Members will recall that in 2016, Carrie MacEwen, then President, led the development of the OCCCF in partnership with the Royal College of Nursing,

  • 1 February 2018