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Interested in becoming a Clinical Teaching Fellow?
Clinical Teaching Fellow posts are designed to develop the career of clinicians with an interest in medical education. Clinical Teaching Fellows have come from a wide range of medical specialties. The posts are designed to allow training in medical education for 1-2 years before the fellow returns to full time training in their own specialty. Post holders may have a variety of individual projects whilst in post, but all are expected to contribute to core teaching and assessment activities within UCL Medical School. Applicants should be able to demonstrate an established interest in medical education, for example through previous teaching or postgraduate qualifications.
Future Clinical Teaching Fellow posts are advertised here on the UCL Medical School website.
In this video, Dr Bob Klaber talks about his role as a teaching fellow and how it has developed his subsequent career.