Important Induction Information for New Academic Trainees
Your Head of School for Clinical Academic Training is Professor Debbie Sharp, (based at University of Bristol) and your School Administrator is Alison Needler. We have designed these pages to help you settle in to your training programme. You will find information about the various schools in Severn PGME, as well as some details about the area in which you will be working and living. Please scroll down and read the information below about what you are required to do as you start in your new academic post in Severn PGME. Please also browse the site for information on academic study leave, the academic assessment process and upcoming courses/training. If there is information you would like to see here, please contact us. Some links on these pages will take you to websites outside our control. Severn PGME is not responsible for any of the information published by external websites.
Academic Clinical Fellows
ACFs are employed by the NHS and are required to obtain an honorary contract with the University of Bristol. Trainees at UWE in Emergency Medicine and trainees at Bath in Rheumatology should have two honorary contracts - an honorary contract with their University and also with University of Bristol. This honorary contract will allow you access to UoB facilities including the library, and will provide you with a UoB email address which you will need in order to book onto any courses held at the University of Bristol. This honorary contract is a requirement of your academic clinical post. Please download a form from the UoB personnel website This will need to be signed by your academic supervisor and returned to your university department. Once you have done this, please advise Alison Needler, so that your records are up to date.
CLs are employed by the University of Bristol and are required to obtain an honorary contract with the NHS Trust. Once you have done this, please advise Alison Needler, so your records are up to date.
The Rough Guide to being an Academic Clinical Lecturer in Severn