Yorkshire & the Humber
This information was provided by:
Ms Louise Hitchman, ST3
1. Who is the training programme director?
Mr David Russell
2. Please list all the hospitals in your deanery (Vascular Centres)
Hull Royal Infirmary / Castle Hill Hospital
Leeds General Infirmary / St James Hospital
The York Hospital
Doncaster Royal Infirmary
Royal Hallamshire / Northern General Hospital, Sheffield
Bradford Royal Infirmary
3. Please list all the hospitals which provide General Surgery rotations for Vascular trainees, as well as the pattern of rotations
Diana Princess of Wales Hospital
Scunthorpe General Hospital
Others may be available on request
4. How is the deanery subdivided? Where do trainees generally live?
Leeds, Doncaster, Sheffield, York, Beverley
5. How easy is it to commute to different sites?
Easy across Easy across Only appropriate Not easy
all sites most sites in some sites at all
Car parking availability
6. How are rotations are allocated?
Allocated at the end of each year
Trainees have the opportunity to give preference for rotations
7. Is there dedicated endovascular training available?
Yes there are endovascular training lists available and the deanery will support attendance to courses
8. How frequent is deanery teaching and where is it held?
ASPIRE residential course is held yearly for each training grade
9. Is there an established research infrastructure for trainees?
Clinical Trials Unit
Research Meetings/Presentation Days
NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow Post
NIHR Clinical Lecturer Posts also available
10. Are there affiliated medical schools?
Hull York Medical School
Leeds Medical School
Sheffield Medical School
11. Are there any Out of Programme Opportunities available in your region?
There is an opportunity to take OOP for opportunities such as research. These are organised and applied for on an individual basis.
12. Are there currently any less than full time (LTFT) trainees in your region?
13. Do any hospitals in the region have on-site childcare facilities?
14. Are there any other facts about your deanery that should be mentioned?