Clinical Development Fellowships (CDFs) Full time Two posts â€" fixed term until 2 nd February 2021 Salary scale - Â£32,961 - Â£51,828 per annum Internal Medicine â€" Gastroenterology Internal Medicine â€" Respiratory Medicine Internal Medicine â€" Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine â€" Diabetes & Endocrinology Come and join our Medicine team as a Clinical Development Fellow and enjoy : Work life balance Protected quality improvement and development time of averaged one day per week. Financial support from the Health Board of up to Â£1500 for attendance at courses or conferences, or to help with costs for specific Diplomas etc. Consultant supervision and consistent support for clinical and development work. Opportunity to train in the Scottish Centre for Simulation and Clinical Human Factors. You are welcome to contact an existing CDF for more information: Dr. Neil McInnes, firstname.lastname@example.org For more information please contact: Dr Santosh Salunke, Consultant in Gastroenterology email@example.com Tel: 01324 566841 Dr Sarah Henderson, Consultant in Stroke Medicine firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01324 567557 Dr. Iain Morrison, Consultant Gastroenterologist, email@example.com Tel: 01324 566841 NHS Forth Valley is seeking to appoint enthusiastic individuals for the posts detailed above. Applications are invited from trainee doctors having recently completed or due to complete UK Foundation Programmes or Core Medical Training (in July 2020) to apply for the Clinical Development Fellowships (CDFs). These exciting posts are available until 2 nd February 2021, working within a Medical Specialty at Forth Valley Royal Hospital. Please contact Medical Workforce team at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the job description(s) for any of the above posts. NHS Forth Valley provides acute services for a population of 310,000 people in Central Scotland. Forth Valley Royal Hospital is one of the most modern and well equipped hospitals in the country. It is situated in Larbert with excellent road and rail links to Stirling, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee. On the back of a successful Clinical Development Fellow (CDF) programme, we have a variety of CDF placements with developmental opportunities in quality improvement work, management and leadership, undergraduate teaching and the Scottish Centre for Simulation and Clinical Human Factors . The trainees from the current cohort of CDFs have demonstrated a phenomenal amount of quality improvement work, establishment of undergraduate teaching programme with positive feedback and some have laid solid foundations for future NHS leadership. They have or will be displaying and presenting their Quality Improvement work at national conferences and that will be the expectation for you. There is now an established QI clinic that you will be part of where you will not only learn the techniques of QI work but also get an opportunity to present. Whatever your choice of sub-specialty or development projects, you will become part of a Consultant-led team with appropriate supervision for your development work. To apply for this post, please visit the job posting on the NHS Scotland Job Train website. Applicants should have full GMC registration and a licence to practise at time of application Interviews will be held on a date to be determined. Please quote reference number 029837 on all correspondence.