Centre for Anaesthesia Critical Care & Pain Medicine


Fellowship in ECHO

UCLH Fellowships in Perioperative Medicine; Page in development

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Fellowships in ECHO

Director of FellowshipDr Sam Clarke     samuel.clark1@nhs.net OK?
ContactsDr Clarke


Tuesday Fellows Teaching: 1:30 pm in GWB and online via Teams ?Sam content Periop Content below for ideas only

Fellows present a guideline, a study and review how were all progressing -including consultants!

What does the Fellowship involve?

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  • Clinical time on the PACUs (Post Anaesthetic Care Unit – a surgical critical care/HDU),
  • Having dedicated time and £10,000 to go towards MSc/PG Certificate/PG Dilpoma work,
  • Leadership
  • Preoperative week including prehabilitaion and high risk clinics (Frailty,  MDT)
  • Postoperative Sutgical Rounds eg NELA (National Emergency Laparotomy Audit)
  • Quality Improvement projects

Each fellow has a mentor- one of the clinical POM consultants
As consultants we're heavily invested in how our fellows are doing- at work, study and outside. At least  3 times a year we have formal department meetings after which we go for dinner together; consultants and fellows.  

Want more information?

Sam, ? sound files of people talking about the ECHO fellowship

I asked "where are you in your training", "what does the job involve" and "what's good", "what's challenging"



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Here's an example for the PG certificate / PG Diploma / MSc material you'd be studying.

Download information from Stuart, one of our fellows 

See a brief video of Stuart talking about the fellowship

Listen to our fellows talking about their experiences with the fellowship:





ECHO consultants

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Our ICU colleagues also work with us in the PACUs at UCLH and Westmorland st

Perioperative Medicine 'POM' Consultantrs are

James Bedford
Douglas Blackwood
Olly Boney
Isra Hassan
Pete Odor
Rob Stephens
David Walker
John Whittle

How to apply

Get in touch with us or search NHS jobs.

Our ECHO team

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Here are some images of us and colleagues?

Prof Walker

 Thank you to the fellows who recorded their thoughts