|Individual Placement Description|
|Hospital(s)||The Royal Hospital for Children Glasgow|
|Main Duties of Placement||
Care of neonates in Special Care, Neonatal Intensive care at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow. Routine examination of newborn infants prior to discharge from hospital following their birth.
|Typical Work Pattern||
Full shift, including night shifts totalling approximately 12-13 night shifts each 4 months.
Plentiful; dedicated teaching in addition to active hospital CME programme. Most trainees undertake and present projects during this placement.
Mandatory FY2 teaching undertaken by base consortia.
Bleep-free teaching each week.
Lunchtime CME Monday and Tuesday via telemedicine from Yorkhill and opportunity to attend general paediatric teaching on a Friday morning.
|Unique Selling Points||
Very well supervised post which will provide opportunities for presentations and publications to the motivated trainee. Good preparation for a career in paediatrics, GP or critical care.
|It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.|