Radiologists practising independently outside the UK can apply to work in the NHS for a period of up to three years to develop specialist interest skills whilst delivering service work. The role is ideally suited to those who have worked in radiology for at least five years and hold Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR).
The role includes a mixture of general radiology and subspecialty interest work during core hours and on-call. 60% of your time would be spent on general radiology duties. The remainder 40% will be devoted to developing your subspecialty radiology interest expertise and skills which can be discussed with your host organisation. It could include mentoring, multi-disciplinary team meeting attendance and participation, involvement in clinical audit and quality improvement projects. In addition to this, you will have access to opportunities to get involved in research, the development of new services, clinical governance, training and/or management.
There are two routes to express an interest and/or join the Global Radiologist scheme:
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