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Specialty Doctor - Early Intervention Psychiatry

Job Description

An excellent opportunity to join a multiple award-winning, combined mental health and community Trust for an experienced General Adult Psychiatrist specialising in early intervention. You will join an established service, supportive of candidates wishing to attain CESR, or experienced consultants looking to grow their career in the NHS. The post is suitable for overseas psychiatrists, including applications from Specialty Doctors and Consultants. 

WHAT IS THIS MENTAL HEALTH TRUST LIKE? 
The Trust is performing at a good level across all community and inpatient services, it provides integrated mental health services in London and also provides community health services across its catchment area. They are a large provider of integrated mental health services, employing 3,359 staff with an annual income of £237 million. The trust serves a population of 1.2 million and operates services from five main inpatient sites and a further 25 sites in the community. Specialist services include regional forensic, eating disorders and adolescent inpatient services and a national stalking service. 

In 2014 they were awarded 'University Affiliated’ status, which facilitates stronger working relations, including the opportunity for experienced academics and experienced clinicians within the Trust to coproduce mental health education and research projects which meet the needs of local people. This agreement enhances the current partnership between the two organisations, demonstrating a strong commitment to education, research and development.

WHAT IS THE DEPARTMENT & TEAM LIKE? 

The team consists of multi-skilled professionals providing care to people ages 18-65 years of age experiencing their first episode of psychosis. The team works with people for up to 3 years, and has a caseload of approximately 150. You will play a lead role in the assessment, care-planning and treatment of people referred to the team, including carrying our duties under the Mental Health Act.

You will receive support to complete Section 12 of the Mental Health Act 1983 (2007). The post holder will attend and contribute to weekly multi-disciplinary team meetings, providing medical input and advice to cases being discussed. The post holder will liaise regularly with general practitioners and other professionals within and outside of the Trust involved in the your patients’ care. 

WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN NORTH LONDON FOR PSYCHIATRISTS? 
This great world city is far more than just the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. London is bustling, vibrant, multicultural and cosmopolitan. London is both old and new, a place where traditional pubs rub shoulders with the newest cocktail bars. Its most ancient castle is right next door to its newest skyscrapers. London's energy, as 8.6 million people go about their everyday lives, is tangible in every journey on the Underground, every stroll through a market and every walk along the banks of the River Thames. From the royal parks to the theatre stage, London really does have it all.

Working as a psychiatrist in London brings a range of exciting prospects. You will have the opportunity to work in some of the best mental health trusts in the UK, who will offer you the opportunity to constantly grow your medical and scientific knowledge and skills. In London you will have the opportunity to work in a wide range of settings, and as you progress through your career, you will have more opportunity to shape the way you work; you can develop research, work part time or full time and can combine your career with a wide range of other interests.


WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU AT THE TRUST?
With an extremely active education/teaching programme supported by the consultant team, there is opportunity to work towards and complete CESR, RCPsych exams, get involved in active research and many aspects of CPD. 

Participation in research and educational activities will be encouraged.

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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE?
EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry, with interest in Early Intervention Service
  • Specialist certification in psychiatry

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • MRCPsych
  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry, with interest in Early Intervention Service

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in General Adult Psychiatry, with interest in Early Intervention Service
  • Within 6 - 12 months of CCT

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