National Clinical Lead for Rare Diseases
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Applicants are invited to apply in Welsh, any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English. To support our all Wales service, we particularly welcome applications from Welsh speakers.
NHS WALES HEALTH COLLABORATIVE
NATIONAL CLINICAL LEAD for Rare Diseases
Want to be part of an exciting, wide-ranging programme, improving Rare Diseases services across Wales?
Engage in quality improvement across several organisations?
Enhance your management and leadership skills at the same time?
The Rare Diseases Implementation Group (RDIG) is looking to appoint National Clinical Lead to advise and drive sustainable improvement in all aspects of rare diseases services in Wales. Assisting the RDIG in agreeing the Implementation Plan for Wales for the new UK Rare Diseases Framework. This provides an opportunity for the post holder to extend their clinical leadership experience by working with Government policy leads for Wales and the United Kingdom and other key stakeholders whilst raising the profile of rare diseases.
The post comes at a particularly exciting time with the opportunity to be part of the bringing together of newly funded clinical services (Syndrome Without a Name (SWAN) clinic and the genomics agenda.
For further information and informal discussions please contact the current Rare Diseases Implementation Group Chair
Dr Graham Shortland, OBE
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
Welsh language skills are desirable
Documents to download
Further details / informal visits contact
- Joanne Oliver
- Job title
- Implementation Groups Manager
- Email address
- Additional information
For further information please contact either:
Joanne Oliver - Implementation Groups Manager, NHS Wales Health Collaborative (Joanne.Oliver3@wales.nhs.uk)
Graham Shortland - Chair of the Rare Diseases Implementation Group (Graham.Shortland@wales.nhs.uk)