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Peter Mathieson, Professor of Medicine & Dean, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry. Clinical academic careers. Galenicals, 8 th January 20109. Clinical academic careers. WHAT?. WHY?. HOW?. Clinical academic careers. WHAT?. Career path in medicine (including surgery)

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Peter Mathieson, Professor of Medicine &

Dean, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry

Clinical academic careers

Galenicals, 8th January 20109

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Clinical academic careers

WHAT?

Career path in medicine (including surgery)

involving training and experience in

teaching and/or research, leading to a

senior level position in a university

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Clinical academic careers

WHY?

Personal: stimulating environments,

opportunity to contribute to training of

future generations, highs and lows of

research.

National: shortage subject!

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Clinical academic careers

HOW?

Defined career paths now exist, career

structure easier to envisage than previously

(but not necessarily easier to attain!).

Competitive, demanding. Aim is to have

true flexibility.

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Clinical academic careers

“I did it my way….”

1970-77: grammar school in Cornwall

1978-83: MB BS (Hons) London Hospital

(didn’t do an intercalated BSc)

1983-4: “house jobs”, London Hospital

1985-7: SHO, “golden mile”, London

1987-8: Registrar, Hammersmith Hospital

incurably hooked on nephrology by this stage;

encouraged to do research mainly for reasons of

cv enhancement in a competitive specialty

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Clinical academic careers

“I did it my way….”

1988: Medical Research Council training

fellowship, Cambridge (3 yrs). PhD 1991

1991: Medical Research Council clinician-

scientist fellowship, Cambridge (4 years).

1995: new Chair of Renal Medicine, Bristol

2007: elected President of Renal Association

2008: Dean, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry

University of Bristol

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Clinical academic careers

“I did it my way….”

Research:

PhD & post-doctoral work on autoimmune

renal disease, cytokine genetics

In Bristol, focus on proteinuria (causes,

consequences, treatments)

Research group now 18 people, mixture of

clinical & non-clinical backgrounds from UK,

India, Libya etc, collaborations with Sweden,

USA, Canada; Funding from MRC, Wellcome

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Clinical academic careers

“I did it my way….”

Teaching:

Undergraduates & postgraduates in general

medicine & nephrology; nurses and PAMs,

PhD/MD students, undergraduate projects

for intercalating medics/other sciences

Rewarding & stimulating, opportunity to “give

back”, encourage others etc. UK & Uganda…

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Clinical academic careers

“I did it my way….”

Would I do it again?

Definitely! Especially now with efforts to

construct pathways for clinical academic careers

in UK, availability of mentorship schemes,

shortage of applicants for senior clinical

academic posts etc…

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Academic foundation programme

2 years

Academic Clinical Fellowship

3 years

Higher Academic Degree

( MD/PhD)

3 years

Academic Clinical Lectureship

4 years

Completion of Clinical Training (CCT).

2009: the integrated academic training pathway

pathways to a career in academic medicine surgery etc
Pathways to a career in academic medicine (& surgery etc!)
  • Some health professionals know that they want to pursue an academic career while still a student
  • Opportunities usually exist to learn about research methods during the undergraduate course
  • Some will enter medicine already with a degree in another subject (graduate entrants)
  • For a few there are opportunities to combine getting a medical degree with a PhD (MB/PhD courses)
  • Intercalated BSc (!) & other academic credentials
academic f2 programme

Academic F2 programme

University of Bristol in association with the Severn Deanery

Supported by Foundation Programme Directors

the national scene
The national scene
  • Programmes in all school/deanery partnerships
    • Varying numbers of posts
    • Different rotations
    • Most focus on research
      • a few teaching
      • a very few leadership and management
  • Information on UKFPO website
  • Moving to a national application process before standard FP opens
  • Separate application form
  • Interview
the bristol programme
The Bristol programme
  • An academic F2 year
  • 12 posts
    • 1 x 4 month academic post based at UoB
      • Each with a day a week in service
    • 2 x 4 month service posts at UHBristol/NBT
      • Each with a day release for academic work
  • Currently research orientated
  • Education posts to follow
  • Lead onto Academic Clinical Fellowship posts
the academic posts
Surgery

Endocrinology-adult

General practice

Clinical epidemiology/public health

* may be subject to change!

Psychiatry

Medical physiology

Paediatrics & ID/microbiology

Paediatrics –renal/endocrine

The academic posts*
the curriculum
The curriculum
  • Complete F2 competencies in 2 service blocks
    • Day release in service blocks for academic work
    • Day release back into service in academic block
  • Generic research methods course
    • 1/2 day/week in block 1
  • Complete a piece of academic work – 4months
    • Literature Review
    • Practical project in lab
    • Data collection – survey, interviews etc
    • Write a paper
    • Presentation at academic meeting
  • Prepare an ACF application
generic research methods course
Generic research methods course
  • A selection of the following will be available
    • European Computer Driving License
    • An Introduction to Epidemiology, Health Services Research and Basic Statistics
    • Critical Appraisal
    • Good Practice in Clinical Research
    • Good Practice in Laboratory Research
    • Database management
    • Writing a research proposal
    • Careers in Academic Medicine
supervision mentorship
Supervision/mentorship
  • Clinical supervisor - each attachment
  • Educational supervisor - for the year
  • Academic supervisor
  • Member of group of 12 F2 trainees
desirable qualities
Desirable Qualities
  • No failure in MB BCh
  • Additional qualifications eg BA, BSc MSc etc
  • Intercalated degree
  • Distinctions in MB BCh
  • Publication(s)
  • Prizes in medical school
  • Presentation of work at a national or international meeting
  • Demonstration of personal reasons for applying for this AF2
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Further information

www.acmedsci.ac.uk/p25.html

www.academicmedicine.ac.uk

www.nccrcd.nhs.uk/intetacatrain

www.clinicalacademicjobs.org/medical