Clinical Academic Training

Our NIHR funded clinical academic programme at Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry provides a unique opportunity for clinicians to develop as academics or medical educators alongside clinical training. Plymouth has a number of outstanding research laboratories, and the medical school has recently invested £15.5 million in the Derriford Research Facility, which opened in Autumn 2017. There are also termly clinical academic half-day meetings, which usually run from 10:00 to 16:00 with lunch included, and provide an opportunity for sharing ongoing experiences, challenges and solutions, including funding opportunities and discussions on career progression.

Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry
<p>Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry</p>
A happy customer at a paediatric dental clinic run by Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

Posts have been held in the following specialties:

Emergency medicine
Geriatric medicine
Gastroenterology/Hepatology
Psychiatry
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Neurosurgery
Anaesthetics
Neurology
General practice
Medical education/CAMERA

Successful applicants will be contacted after appointment with relevant orientation information including further information about the Plymouth IAT programme, induction events, academic training requirements and details about how to register for modules.

CATCH

Clinical Academic Training & Careers Hub – the home for information on clinical academic careers

CATCH aims to answer many of the broader questions around clinical academic careers; what they are, who they are for, and how you might take the first steps toward a clinical academic career of your own.

Learn more about CATCH

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Derriford Dental Education Facility<br>Dental students, nurses, clinical supervisors and patients using the Derriford Dental Education Facility.

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