Homerton - Simulation Fellowship


One Year Simulation and Education Fellowship at the Homerton Hospital
















The educational component of this job involves developing simulation courses, facilitating on train the trainers and other specialty courses throughout the year, running the in-situ simulation scenarios across the hospital and developing new simulation and educational projects.


At present, in-situ simulation is being run across various medical wards including elderly care, ED, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, theatres and ITU. This programme is expanding rapidly and will be the responsibility of the successful candidate along with the simulation leads from each specialty. The simulation fellow will work alongside consultants and junior doctors from all specialties to deliver the simulation sessions and teach within a variety of disciplines, including multidisciplinary team members such as nurses, physiotherapists and pharmacists.




  • The fellow is encouraged to develop and run new simulation courses at the Homerton.

  • Involvement in the Pan-London Medical Education fellows network can be organised.

  • Studying towards a postgraduate medical education certificate is encouraged although self-funded.

  • There are various educational projects happening across the hospital with encouragement to publish and present work.


For further information please contact Haresh Mulchandani

This one year post runs from autumn and is a fixed term contract. The start date is flexible, ranging from August to September, with the date to be confirmed with the successful candidate.


This position is open to doctors from across all hospital specialties. Supervision is provided by the Simulation and Clinical Skills Lead Specialist and Dr Haresh Mulchandani, Consultant Anaesthetist and Trust Lead for Simulation.


The clinical component of this job will be confirmed with the department of the speciality from which  the successful candidate belongs. The nature of the work will vary according to  departmental needs and the level of experience of the trainee. it does not count towards training.