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Free Job Description Pathologist
Specialising in the detection of disease through the use of a variety of investigative techniques. Their work can be vital in finding an accurate and early diagnosis and improving the prospects for treatment. They also play an important role in identifying sources of disease and reducing the possible risks of further spread.
Provide diagnostic and clinical advisory services in general pathology.
Share the departments workload on a recurring rota.
Provide the necessary cover for colleagues’ absence (holidays, study and sick leave).
Participate in internal clinical audit and in recognised external quality assurance schemes.
Participate in local multi-disciplinary clinical meetings and liaise with colleagues in other specialities in matters related to patient care.
Contribute to service development and take part in preparation for future accreditation as may be required.
Contribute to local teaching activities and to the continuing medical development of other specialties.
Participate in clinical research projects with other clinical specialties as appropriate.
All candidates are required to be on the GMC Specialist Register.
The candidate will hold a CCT or be within 6 months of obtaining the certificate, or will be an established consultant.
• Candidates must hold MRCPath or equivalent and be included on the General Medical Council’s Specialist Register
• Wide experience in all aspects of pathology, including autopsies.
• Familiar with current National Guidelines and the required Minimal Dataset for examination and reporting various categories of common cancers.
Personal attribute and attitude
• Trustworthy, hard-working and proven ability to get on with colleagues
• Able to work as part of a team including Multi-disciplinary Teams and Managed Clinical Networks.
• Familiar with audit process.
• Completion of previous audits, including implementation of change.
• Ability to manage own workload and contribute to departmental reporting.
• Ability to share workload and resources equitably
Each pathologist is expected to play an equal part in all diagnostic activities provided by the department on a recurring rotational basis, and to also equally share the necessary cover for absent colleagues.
The work of the department is normally divided into four sections: Surgical specimens requiring macroscopic examination and cut up, small biopsies, diagnostic cytology and autopsies.
In addition to the routine diagnostic services expected within a district general hospital, the pathologist needs to have knowledge and experience in general pathology. Sub-specialisation is not routinely expected but the development of a special interest in one or more subspecialties in histopathology is actively encouraged.
Other than involvement in routine surgical histopathology, the department also handles a small volume of diagnostic cytology specimens. The pathologists are also expected to perform autopsies, for both medical and medicolegal reasons, when required.