In partnership with the University of Oxford, we have established Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School (OUCAGS) to support Academic Clinical Fellows and other clinical academics in training. Further information can be found at oucags.ox.ac.uk/.
Oxford’s world-leading biomedical and clinical research environment offers outstanding opportunities to combine comprehensive clinical, academic and research training for those with the ambition and motivation to shape the future of medicine. Our clinical academic training programmes are seeking highly motivated, enthusiastic applicants with the potential to excel in both their clinical and research training. Posts will commence in August/September/October 2020.
The timetable for Academic Clinical Fellowship Recruitment 2020 is as follows:
Applications open: Monday 7 October 2019 at 12 noon
Applications close: Monday 4 November 2019 at 12 noon
Shortlisting & interview window: 6 November 2019 to 20 December 2019
Initial offers out from: 6 January 2020
Hold deadline: 13 January 2020
The most up-to-date job descriptions and person specifications are available via the Oriel website.
ACF interview dates will be available on Oriel for each post.
Please note: for 2020, in addition to the academic interviews, candidates will be required to attend and pass a clinical interview for the specialty they are applying to for academic training, if appropriate. Offers made will therefore be conditional upon meeting the required standard in the clinical interview. Applicants who already hold a clinical NTN or DRN in the same specialty as their ACF application will not need to attend a clinical interview as they will already have met the required standard previously.
One post in each of the following is available:
Post 1: General Practice (ST1-3)
Post 2: Cardiology or Endocrinology & Diabetes Mellitus (ST1-2 [IMT1-2])
Post 3: Respiratory Medicine or Neurology (ST1-2 [IMT1-2])
Post 4: Medical Oncology or Renal Medicine or Genito-Urinary Medicine (ST1-2 [IMT1-2])
Post 5: Plastic Surgery or Vascular Surgery (ST3)
Post 6: General Surgery or Urology (ST1)
Post 7: General Surgery or Paediatric Surgery (ST1)
Post 8: Paediatrics or Obstetrics & Gynaecology or Community Sexual & Reproductive Health (ST1-3)
Post 9: Chemical Pathology or Haematology (ST3)
Post 10: Anaesthetics or Histopathology (ST1-3)
Post 11: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry or General Psychiatry (ST1-2)
Post 12: Dermatology or Intensive Care Medicine (ST3)
Post 13: Cardiology or Endocrinology & Diabetes Mellitus or Gastroenterology (Theme: Platform Science) (ST1-2 [IMT1-2])
Post 14: Haematology or Obstetrics & Gynaecology or Paediatrics (Theme: Platform Science) (ST1-3)
Post 15: Infectious Diseases (ST3) or Medical Oncology (ST1-3) or Rheumatology (ST3) (Theme: Therapeutics or Clinical Pharmacology)
Post 16: General Practice (Theme: Therapeutics or Clinical Pharmacology) (ST1-3)
Post 17: General Practice (ST1-3) or Geriatric Medicine (Theme: Complex Health Needs in Age Related & Chronic Disease) (ST1-3)
Post 18: Geriatric Medicine (ST1-3) or Neurology (ST3) or Old Age Psychiatry (Theme: Dementia) (ST1-2)
Post 19: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry or General Psychiatry or Old Age Psychiatry (Theme: Mental Health) (ST1-2)
Post 20: Gastroenterology National Health Service Blood Transfusion (ST3)
Post 21: Infectious Diseases / Medical Microbiology (ST3) Public Health England