The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM UK) are inviting expressions of interest for a new design lead for the Moving Medicine project. The successful applicant will work within the Moving Medicine team with the support of the Faculty Moving Medicine Project Lead and will be responsible for delivering the objectives of the Moving Medicine project.
For more information, please download the advert at MM Project Lead Advert
Careers in SEM
Careers in Sport and Exercise Medicine can be varied in this broad-based specialty and SEM practitioners tend to work with in a multi-disciplinary team. SEM practitioners can work in a number of settings providing medical care across the NHS and sport and exercise at all levels.
SEM in the NHS
Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) services in the NHS are flexible and can be delivered in primary, secondary and intermediate care settings. SEM physicians and consultants work in the NHS delivering Exercise Medicine Services and providing SEM-led Musculoskeletal Services.
Currently 19 NHS trusts in England employ SEM Consultants*. As growing numbers of medical professionals choose to specialise in the area. the Faculty is actively working to increase the number of Sport and Exercise Medicine positions in the NHS.
(*source Heath Education England Medical medical workforce planning programme for Sport and Exercise Medicine 2016)
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Classifier Training Opportunity – Para Dance Sport
As part of its plans to develop the sport, Para Dance UK is looking recruit a Head of Classification, as well as national classifiers.
Although not part of the Paralympic Games medal programme, Para Dance Sport is recognised by the International Paralympic Committee and Para Dance UK is a member organisation of the BPA. The sport is open to athletes affecting at least one leg.
Para Dance UK would like to hear from certified health professionals interested in becoming classifiers for the sport. A role description for Head of Classification can be found by clicking here, an application form can be found here, completed application forms should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sport and Exercise Medicine/MSK consultant opportunities at Blackberry Clinic – Milton Keynes, Guildford, Lichfield and Aberdeen.
The applicants need to be on the Specialist Register for Sport and Exercise Medicine, Rheumatology, Emergency Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery or Rehabilitation Medicine and hold Bupa recognition.
Clinical sessions are available in the following locations:
- Blackberry Clinic, Milton Keynes – 2-3 days
- Blackberry Clinic, Guildford – 2 days
- Blackberry Clinic, Lichfield – 1 day
- Blackberry Clinic, Aberdeen- 1 day
They will have the option of advanced MSK training (depending on requirement) in spinal interventions, ultrasound scanning and clinical development in the field of Sport, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Medicine. The applicant will be expected to have a range of MSK/SEM clinical skills and partake in regular clinical sessions seeing appropriate patients for their skill set. They will be expected to work with other practitioners to both teach and learn new skills and provide occasional CPD sessions for the clinic and the wider Blackberry Group CPD programme. Training and education are key aspects of the Blackberry Group’s work.
Essential criteria for the post:
- Full registration with GMC
- On the Specialist Register for SEM or the above mentioned specialities.
- Recognised by Bupa and other insurance companies.
The post can be self-employed with fee-share or salaried depending on experience and requirements.
Any consultants who are new to the SEM specialist register can have additional training provided as needed to fulfil the needs of the post.
Please forward this information to colleagues who may be interested.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Please reply with CV to: Dr Simon Petrides at email@example.com
Locum GPs with Diploma in SEM required to work in MoD settings – vacancies nationwide
Locum GPs with Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) required to cover part time posts at various MoD’s Regional Rehabilitation Units nationwide. The successful candidates will work as part of a multidisciplinary team looking after Military patients with complex musculoskeletal sport, exercise and training injuries and will provide a range of investigations and treatment interventions such as Musculoskeletal ultrasounds, Injections Therapy and Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy. Part-time vacancies available at the following locations:
- Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
- Sleaford, Lincolnshire
- Colchester, Essex
- Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Prior MoD experience is not essential.
For further details, please call Sandra Needham on 0208 943 8235 or email Sandra.Needham@militarymedicalpersonnel.com
NHS Job Plans and Service Description (explains SEM within the context of the NHS): download here
NHS Health Careers – Sport and Exercise Medicine overview
NHS medical careers events: view here
A Fresh Approach in Practice documents: promoting SEM in the NHS: download here