Recruitment to Higher and Advanced Pain

Recruitment into Higher and Advanced Pain training posts happens locally

Further information on training and recruitment to Advanced Pain Training posts can be found by clicking on each of the regions below.

Recruitment to Higher Pain Training posts is more informal.  It is recommended that you contact your Faculty Tutor (Pain) and Regional Advisor in Pain Medicine (RAPM) to discuss your options and how this would fit into your training programme.

RAPMs and Regional Recruitment Information

RAPM: Dr Paul Rolfe

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the East of England.

 

RAPM:  Dr Michael Neil

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the East of Scotland.

RAPM:  Dr Yehia Kamel   

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Leicester and South Trent.         

RAPM:  Dr Hoo Kee Tsang            

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the Mersey region.

RAPM: Dr Naomi Scott

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the North of Scotland.

RAPM:   Dr Jeremy Weinbren

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the North Thames region.

RAPM:  Dr Nick Hacking

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the North West.

RAPM:  Dr Ashish Gulve

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the Northern region.

RAPM: Dr Conor Farrell

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Northern Ireland.

(Deputy) RAPM:   Dr Madan Thirugnanam

Please click here for  a summary of advanced pain training in Nottingham and Mid Trent.

 

 

RAPM: Dr Peter Cole

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Oxford.

RAPM: Dr Tom Bendinger

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Sheffield and North Trent. 

RAPM:  Dr Joanna Renee    

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in South East Scotland.

RAPM: Dr Sandesha Kothari

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the South Thames region. 

RAPM: Dr Suzanne Carty    

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the South West Peninsula region.       

RAPM:  Dr Gaurva Chhabra

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the South West Severn region.     

RAPM:  Dr Sonia Pierce

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Wales.     

RAPM:  Dr Dominic Aldington

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Wessex. 

RAPM: Dr A.T. Arasu Rayen

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the West Midlands.  

RAPM:  Dr Peter Paisley

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in the West of Scotland.

RAPM: Dr Sheila Black

Please click here for a summary of advanced pain training in Yorkshire. 

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