Royal College of Emergency Medicine Menu Menu

College seeks Quality Improvement Fellow

Are you passionate about advancing Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives in emergency care?

If so, the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) may have an exciting new opportunity for you.
RCEM is seeking a new Quality Improvement Fellow to support the development and implementation of our National QI Programme.
Playing a pivotal role in driving quality improvement efforts, this role will promote consistency, evolve strategy, and enhance engagement with the QI programme across the four nations.
This role, which has been funded for two years and will report to the Co-Chairs of our Quality Improvement Programme Committee and QECC, will contribute to the design, implementation, and evaluation of QI projects, while ensuring adherence to programme standards and objectives.
The post holder will also assist in the development and dissemination of QI resources, tools, and guidelines, to support QI initiatives and will act as a clinical point of contact for RCEM staff and external stakeholders and offering expertise and support on QI matters.
To be eligible for the role applicants need to be medically qualified (ST3+/Qualified ACP) and have a keen interest, and demonstrable experience, in quality improvement in healthcare.
They must also be a Member of the College but not currently chair an RCEM Committee.
The full job description for the role of Quality Improvement Fellow and details of how to apply can be found here.

Back to top Back to top