St George's, University of London Clinical Teaching Fellows are fully qualified junior doctors, centrally involved in providing core medical education to our students.

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Clinical Teaching Fellows (CTFs) deliver teaching within St George's, University of London and St George’s Hospital. Our CTFs are also employed at many of our partner sites including Ashford & St Peter’s, Croydon, Epsom & St Helier, East Surrey, Kingston, and Springfield hospitals.

CTF roles are available in many clinical specialities, including General Medicine, General Surgery, Geriatrics, Neurology, ENT, Cardiology and Emergency Medicine in full-time posts, mostly over a 12-month period.

Working as a CTF at St George’s, University of London offers a variety of educational prospects in both teaching and assessment, with the opportunity to further develop your interest in medical education by undertaking our Higher Education Academy (HEA) accredited Postgraduate Certificate course in Healthcare and Biomedical Education.

You can find out more about what our CTFs do by reading their individual profiles, and discover how to join us by clicking on the links below:

As well as leading an individual projects and contributing to small group teaching, clinical and professional practice teaching and lectures, our CTFs all share some common roles and responsibilities for teaching medical students at St George's throughout their studies:

  • Early years. Marking reflective practice essays, helping to organise and run early years OSCEs, and facilitating group reflection sessions on early years clinical placements.
  • T (Transitional) year. Facilitating student grand rounds, running and examining OSCEs, standard setting for written examinations, writing examination questions, regular small-group and bedside teaching sessions, and revision sessions.
  • P (Penultimate) year. Facilitating student grand rounds and contributing to planning and delivery of P year examinations (written and OSCEs).
  • F (Final) year. Contributing to planning and delivery of MBBS final examination (written and OSCEs), supporting foundation year applications and guidance.
  • Foundation years. Supporting junior doctors as medical educators.
  • All phases. Teaching on simulation courses.

Last Updated: Thursday, 30 August 2018 12:50