The NNF- Oxford Partnership

The Oxford and Southampton International Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care Fellowship

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Applications are invited to work and train at tertiary neonatal centres in the UK. Both Oxford and Southampton are regional referral hospitals hosting a full range of medical and surgical care of new-borns. There are approximately 6000 deliveries per year at the centres with approximately 100 VLBW infants. The Paediatric Intensive Care unit at Oxford is capable of supporting any level III critically ill child and offering every advanced support modality except for ECMO. Most medical and surgical paediatric subspecialties are represented including trauma and neurosurgery. The posts are approved for training by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK

Neonatal Posts 9 posts. All neonatal posts are for 2 years. PICU posts: Two posts at Southampton. A rotation may be devised where in a candidate rotates between PICU and neonatal posts.

Posts starting dates: March 2014 onwards

Eligibility: We are looking for trainees who have either completed their MD or DNB in Paediatrics. Experience in tertiary neonatal medicine is desirable. Proficiency in the use of English is essential

Process of application: Please contact Dr Amit Gupta at
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to express interest and to know more about the posts including detailed job descriptions. An application would be sent out to you via email where the process would be described in detail. We hope to be able to conduct interviews during our teams visit at the NNF conference in Hyderabad in December

Contact– Dr Ajay GAMBHIR president elect—9811557085

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