Technology in Healthcare Clinical Champion sought by WMAHSN


Posted on 5 November 2015 (Permalink)

 

West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) ‚Äč is looking for a registered doctor with an enthusiastic interest in technology enabled care services (TECS), and who would like to be involved in showcasing how simple readily available technology can add value in the delivery of Person-centred Care (PCC), to join the project team under the clinical lead of Dr Ruth Chambers OBE, who is also the WMAHSN Long Term Conditions Priority Lead.

The WMAHSN project, ‘TECS exemplars of Person-centred Care’, is seeking to disseminate  learning and experience, gained from a range of TECS available, across the West Midlands.

Remuneration for the role will be through project funds up to £7,680 for expenditure by 30 April 2016 e.g. up to 24 four hour sessions at £320, including on costs plus travel and expenses. Please see the advertisement and job description for the role.

If you would like to be considered for this role, have the capacity to support the project and you meet the person specification, please submit a one page statement of interest and supporting experience by Friday 27 November 2015 to Paul Copeland, Project Operations Manager, WMAHSN TECS exemplars of PCC.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact either Dr Ruth Chambers or Paul Copeland on 07730 618889.