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Core: One F/T Advanced Trainee position available for 2023
Accredited for 2 positions and actively seeking additional funding for FTE or 0.5 FTE
Dr Louise Koller-Smith
Daily ward management by BPT and Intern overseen by the AT
In-patient consults: 5-10 per week
AT first call for consults during Mon-Fri work hours for in-patients at RNS and Ryde hospitals.
Out-patient clinics – 3 weekly AT clinics – 2 x general rheumatology and 1 x Rapid Access/acute cases
Additional Speciality clinics monthly/quarterly
Participates in general hospital medical afterhours for all ATs.
Rheumatology afterhours to be discussed with incoming AT depending on availability and department need. ~ 1 weekend in 3 Saturday round
Multiple excellent opportunities to be involved in research projects. All levels of involvement are encouraged and actively supported with protected time – RACP projects; Masters; PhDs; national and international projects and publication opportunities. The RNSH Rheumatology and Northern Clinical School team have an outstanding track record of successful MD, Honours, Masters and PhD with 50+ completions with current supervisors. Expertise available in basic science, epidemiology, clinical studies, implementation science and policy development. Rheumatology RNSH is a key member of the Kolling Institute MSK Priority Research Area, the Institute of Bone and Joint Research, the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence Better Outcomes for Inflammatory Arthritis and the Sydney University Faculty of Medicine and Health Musculoskeletal Flagship.
Rheumatology staff researchers
Kolling Affiliates and MSK Priority Research Area on shared campus
Prof Lyn March AM
ph: 02 94631887
Years 1, 2, 3 would be considered for this position.
Job-share would be considered.