The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) is seeking a new consultant representative to join the Joint Specialty Committee for Nuclear Medicine as a representative of the RCP. You will need to be a subscribing fellow or member and within the first five years of your appointment as a consultant.
The JSC for Nuclear Medicine brings together representatives from the RCP and the British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) to share information and facilitate collaboration. Membership includes senior officers of the parent bodies, senior and junior consultants, a trainee representative a member of the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine, UKHSA as well as members from the RCP’s Patient and Carer Network.
Current discussion topics include:
- workforce and training
- setting national standards and agreeing joint guidelines and policy statements
- commissioning and service design
- any other specific matter of particular relevance to a specialty
- advice to RCP or other working parties.
How to apply
If you are interested in applying, please send a short CV and a brief outline of the experience you could bring to the committee. This should be sent to the committee manager firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Sunday 2 April 2023. Applications will then be considered by the RCP’s Nominations Committee.
Applicants for committee roles must:
- be a subscribing fellow or member [MRCP(London)] of the Royal College of Physicians, as stated within each role advertisement
- be in good standing with the RCP, their employer and the GMC
- be credible to the clinical community
- possess a skillset relevant to the remit of the individual committee (at times this may include ongoing expertise related to the NHS in the United Kingdom).
The RCP positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
The RCP is all about our people – our members, our staff, our volunteers and leaders. We educate, influence and collaborate to improve health and healthcare for everyone and know we can only do this by being inclusive, encouraging and celebrating diverse perspectives. That’s why welcoming and having people who represent the 21st-century medical workforce and the diverse population of patients we serve is so important to us.