The Department of Anaesthesia at Radboud University Medical Centre calls for application for the position of a fellow in paediatric anaesthesia in the Netherlands.
The Paediatric Anaesthesia Fellowship at Amalia Children’s Hospital in Nijmegen (The Netherlands) and at UZ Leuven (Belgium) is a twelve months education and training program in all aspects of paediatric anaesthesia. The clinical and didactic education curriculum includes paediatric pain management and perioperative anaesthetic care for neonates, infants, children and adolescents both in the operating room and in remote locations. Fellows work under staff supervision in the provision of anaesthetic care.
Nevertheless, Fellows are expected to take an active role in educational activities, clinical and basic science research when appropriate. According to their level of training and experience, they will gain independence and responsibility for the supervision of anaesthesia trainees in both departments.
Successful candidates will perform the following task:
- Participate in the acute pain service.
- Keep a logbook of clinical activities.
- Active participation in departmental research or quality assurance project.
- Develop skills as an educator by teaching residents, medical students or other allied health professionals; organizing and moderating problem-based learning discussions or journal clubs, and creating and delivering lectures.
- Depending on the institution candidate may be asked to participate in the on-call rota.
- The anaesthesia fellow’s main responsibility is airway management.
min € 6158 – max € 7371 gross per month at full employment (excl. vacation bonus and end of year payments).
Candidates should meet the following requirements:
- Have completed their basic anaesthesia training and be on the national specialist register (MSRC).
- Has effective and clear ways of communication with different kinds of target groups (patients of different ages, family members, colleagues, residents, students and other allied health professionals).
- Effectively works in a (multidisciplinary) team at virtually all times in different settings.
- Be able to manage and use resources in a good way.
- Have interested in the domain of healthcare improvement.
- Be able to demonstrate appropriate professional behaviour, amongst others.
- Delivers the highest quality of care with compassion, honesty and integrity.
For detailed information on how to apply, click here
Application Deadline: February 8, 2021.
For more information and application, visit the official site.