North West School of Surgery - Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery

North West Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery

There are two training programmes in the Health Education England, North West (HEE NW) region. Both pride themselves in excellent regional teaching and clinical programmes. They have a large number of dedicated trainers across all the hospitals.

Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery training in HEE North West is divided between two sectors and each have their own Training Programme Director. Please select one of the following for further information on each sector:

East Sector (North Western) – Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria (former North Western Deanery)

West Sector (Mersey) – Cheshire and Merseyside (former Mersey Deanery)

HEE North West Programme Support for Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery

Programme Support Officer for Surgery

Angela McMahon

Angela McMahon is based at our Manchester Office at Three Piccadilly Place
Email: angela.mcmahon@hee.nhs.uk
Tel: 0161 268 9513

Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery Curriculum

external link icon For the most up to date syllabus and curriculum, please visit the ISCP website

external link icon JCST Certification Guidelines

National Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery ST3 Recruitment

National Recruitment for ST3 Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery is managed by HEE Yorkshire and the Humber.

 

external link icon Click here to go to HEE Yorkshire and the Humber's Recruitment website

external link icon Click here to go to the National HEE Recruitment Website (includes Timelines, Guidance, Competition Ratios etc.)

external link icon ST3 Person specifications

external link icon JCST:Surgical selection in the UK

National IST (Improving Surgical Training) Recruitment - ST1 Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery Run-through pilot

National Recruitment for Improving Surgical Training (IST) is managed as part of the Core Surgical Recruitment by HEE London and the South East.

 Click here to go to HEE London and the South East's Recruitment website

 Click here to go to the National HEE Recruitment Website (includes Timelines, Guidance, Competition Ratios etc.)

 Prospectus for Improving Surgical Training

 JCST: Surgical selection in the UK

HEE North West mapTrauma and Orthopaedic Surgery (IST run-through) in North West England

Sector: East (Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria)
Vacancies: 0-2
Start Date: 4 August 2021
Grade: ST1
Programme Length: 96 months

Applications open TBC

HEE North West mapTrauma and Orthopaedic Surgery (IST run-through) in North West England

Sector: West (Cheshire and Merseyside)
Vacancies: 0-2
Start Date: 4 August 2021
Grade: ST1
Programme Length: 96 months

Applications open TBC

Trauma and Aorthopaedic Surgery ACF Recruitment

Recruitment to Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF) posts in the North West is managed by HEE North West.

Click here to go to HEE North West's Recruitment website

HEE North West mapTrauma and Orthopaedic Surgery ACF in North West England

Sector: West (Cheshire and Merseyside) - University of Liverpool
Vacancies: 1
Start Date: 4 August 2021
Grade: ST1 or ST3
Programme Length: 72 - 96 months (36 months as ACF)
View advert on Oriel

Applications close 4 Nov 2020 at 4:00pm

Please Note

Trainees appointed to ST1 as an ACF will follow the Core Surgical Curriculum for the first two years before moving up to ST3 in the specified specialty.

HEE North West Links

Training Support Network

SuppoRTT (Supported Return to Training)

Study Leave | Email: studyleave.nw@hee.nhs.uk

Out of Programme (OOP) information

Less Than Full Time (LTFT) Training

Policies & Procedures

Revalidation | Form R Part A | Form R Part B | Email: revalidation.nw@hee.nhs.uk

Leadership courses (Medical Leadership Fellowships, Postgraduate Module in Medical Leadership)

Education courses (PG Certificate in Workplace Based Postgraduate Medical Education Fellowship) | Email: facultydevelopment.nw@hee.nhs.uk

Careers advice

Intra-LETB Transfer Policy for transferring between sectors within HEE NW (on Policies and Procedures page)


Page Last Updated 20 June 2018

Trauma and Orthopaedics