Thinking of Oscar Paediatric Innovation Clinical Fellowship

Monday 30 May 2022

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and The Hill have collaborated with Thinking of Oscar to launch a Paediatric Innovation Clinical Fellowship. This fellowship will be based at the John Radcliffe Teaching Hospital in Oxford.

This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic, forward thinking trainee who wishes to develop higher level clinical skills in a university teaching hospital and take full advantage of the links held with other Oxford institutions. 40% of the fellow’s time will be spent identifying local needs and developing or sourcing innovations using human centred design principles.

The fellowship is supported by ‘Thinking of Oscar’, a charity that was founded in the summer of 2014 after the very sudden and unexpected death of David and Hannah Cole’s little boy Oscar, at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Hannah and David are both passionate about innovation and technology and the role it has in improving care, and are excited to be supporting this fellowship to bring new innovations to paediatric care for the benefit of patients, carers, and staff.

The posts are aimed at paediatricians in training from ST3 level or higher who are looking to develop a special interest in leadership and management while continuing banded clinical practice in an acute environment. The post will performed Out of Programme.

Applications for the post close on Friday 10th June 2022, and interviews will be held shortly thereafter.

For further details please contact:
Dr. Janet Craze:
Megan Morys-Carter: