St Mary's offers 12 month clinical fellowships in Regional, Vascular, Trauma, Bariatrics & Upper GI Anaesthesia. The posts are suitable for post FRCA anaesthetists who are looking to develop a speciality interest.
It may be possible to combine sub speciality interests, e.g. 6 months regional and 6 months Upper GI. Please contact the department for more details.
For more information about Clinical Fellowship opportunities with the Anaesthetic Department at St Mary's please read the job descriptions or contact Rose Dhesi (Anaesthetic lead for Clinical Fellows) and Dr Ben Graham (Anaesthetic site lead for St Mary's) on 020 3312 1248.
Supervisor Dr Boyne Bellew
- This fellowship will leave the post holder confident and experienced in all aspects of the anaesthetic and peri-operative management of regional anaesthesia.
- Fellowship based at St Mary's and will include clinical commitments at Charing Cross Hospital (elective surgery).
- Fellows will initiate at least one research/quality improvement project and be encouraged to present their work at national or international meetings during the year.
Supervisor Dr Nathalie Courtois
- St Mary's is a tertiary vascular centre that treats in excess of 300 arterial vascular patients per year.
- Gain specialist vascular anaesthetic experience within the vascular theatres, which includes endovascular, thoraco-abdominal aneurysms, carotid and L heart bypass cases.
- Opportunities to participate in research, quality improvement and guideline writing specific to vascular anaesthesia.
Supervisor Dr Sabeena Qureshi
- Gain specialist trauma anaesthetic experience including unstable penetrating trauma, major pelvic and spinal work, emergency neurosurgery, interventional radiology, as well as being a key member of the trauma team in the Emergency Department.
- Contribute to the development of anaesthetic trauma guidelines at a local, regional and national level with contribution to the British Anaesthetic Trauma Society
- Participate in trauma simulation for anaesthesia and theatres, as well as major incident training exercises.
Bariatric & Upper GI
Supervisors Dr Jon Cousins, Dr Pete Williamson & Dr Alison Knaggs
- This post will leave the holder confident and experienced in all aspects of the anaesthetic and peri-operative management of the morbidly obese for both bariatric and non-bariatric surgery.
- Fantastic opportunity to gain experience in the peri-operative care of patients undergoing major abdominal and thoracic surgery, as part of a dynamic and friendly multi-disciplinary team.
- Opportunity to be involved in prehabilitation programmes and the “PREPARE” initiative.