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LDfA member Dr Marc Wittenberg is an anaesthetic registrar and is currently the clinical fellow to the Deputy Medical Director of NHS England.
He will be giving a talk at 17:30 on 25th February 2014 at UCLH on medical leadership and crossing over to the "dark side."
It promises to be an interesting and enlightening discussion with a few pointers on how trainees can get involved in leading our health service.
Podium 3, Maple Link corridor
University College Hospital
235 Euston Road
London NW1 2BU
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Clinical Fellows Programme 2014-15
Applications for the The National Medical Director's Clinical Fellow Scheme 2014-15 are now open.
The Medical Directors Clinical Fellow Scheme is an apprenticeship scheme run by the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management on behalf of Sir Bruce Keogh, the NHS Medical Director. The scheme is an exciting and unique opportunity for doctors in training to gain skills in leadership, management and health policy.
The application process closes on 14 February 2014.
Full details about the scheme including an overview of the scheme, FAQs, eligibility and selection critieria and a timeline of the process are available in the information pack.
Further information is available from the FMLM's 'What's it all about?' webinar, which details the experiences of past and present fellows as well as answering questions from potential applicants.