Recruitment to most medical training programmes takes place following national timelines which are detailed below:
Medical Training Opportunities
Opportunities in each Postgraduate school are listed below:
Recruitment to Medical Foundation training programmes in Yorkshire and the Humber is jointly managed by the three Foundation Schools.
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Academic Clinical Fellowships (ACFs)
The duration of an ACF will be for a maximum of 3 years or 4 years in General Practice. During this time the trainee combines clinical specialty or core training with academic training which is geared to competing for a training fellowship.
When trainees successfully obtain a fellowship, they normally spend 3 years outside of their clinical programme in Out of Programme Research (OOPR) working towards the completion of an MD or PhD (or equivalent).
On completion of a training fellowship, they will return to the clinical programme and at an appropriate point may competitively apply for a Clinical Lectureship provided that appropriate academic and clinical competences have been obtained or continue in clinical training.
ACF opportunities in each area are listed here
|ACCS (Emergency Medicine)||CT1/ST1||2021|
|Defined Route of Entry - Emergency Medicine (DRE-EM)||ST3||2018|
|Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM)||ST4+||2021|
|Internal Medical Training||CT1||2021|
|ACCS (Acute Medicine)||CT1||2019|
|Adult Congenital Heart Disease||Sub-Specialty||2018|
|Combined Infection Training||ST3||2021|
|Endocrinology & Diabetes||ST3||2021|
|Sports and Exercise Medicine||ST3||2021|
|Core Surgical Training||CT1||2021|
|Cardiothoracic Surgery||ST1, ST3||2020|
|Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery||ST1, ST3||2020|
|Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery||ST3||2021|
|National Spine Fellow||Sub-specialty|