Teaching fellowships - NHS Find Your Place


in the North East and North Cumbria

A teaching fellow post gives you the opportunity to combine clinical practice with teaching, which develops your experience and builds your portfolio. Teaching fellow posts are one year fixed-term posts, often with the option of extension and have the added benefit of providing you with a fully funded postgraduate qualification in medical education. The posts are support by the medical education team in the trust and guarantee protected time for your teaching commitments.

The type of teaching fellow and ratio of clinical practice to teaching depends on the employing trust – some have specific posts and some offer flexibility around what career area the doctor is interested in. All teaching fellow posts are advertised on NHS Jobs website between November and March before they officially start in the following August.

Any doctor interested in applying for a teaching fellow is encouraged to set up an email/text alert on NHS Jobs to make sure they don’t miss the opportunity.

The teaching fellows recruited to this year were:

TrustNo of PostsSpecialtiesContact
City Hospital Newcastle and South Tyneside7Surgery, medicine, paediatrics and 100% medical education, candidate choice x 2 simulationalison.blake@chsft.nhs.uk jacqueline.kinelato@stft.nhs.uk
County Durham and Darlington3Candidate choice of clinical area – two in Durham and one in Darlingtonandrea.robson4@nhs.net
Gateshead Health12Acute medicine x 3, rheumatology, respiratory, A&E, care of the elderly, gastroenterology, surgery x 3, gynae oncology, obstretrics and gynaecology, and trauma and orthopaedicscaroline.beetham@nhs.net
Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals30Dermatology, emergency medicine x 3, ENT, haematology/oncology x 2, immunology, ITU/anaesthetics, medicine x 3, medical microbiology, obstetrics and gynaecology x 2, ophthalmology, paediatrics x 4, pharmacology x 2, rheumatology, surgery x 5, respiratory, six month ITU/6 month haematologysuzanne.evans@nuth.nhs.uk
North Cumbria4Candidate choiceliz.klein@ncuh.nhs.uk
North Tees and Hartlepool3Medicine, surgery, simulationandrew.simpson@nth.nhs.uk
Northumbria Healthcare12Various including medicine, anaesthetics, obstetrics and gynaecology, surgery and emergency medicine. Also offer research fellows – 80% research and 20% teachingyeewan.fenwick@northumbria-healthcare.nhs.uk
South Tees Hospitals13Elderly care, diabetes and endocrine, neurology x 2, cardiology, gastroenterology, A&E/AAU, simulation, surgery, urology, ENT (30:70), obstetrics and gynaecology, and paediatrics.bhanusch@nhs.net