mardi 4 mars 2014

Chercheur associé en histoire de la chirurgie

Research associate post at Imperial College London

Imperial College London
Department of Surgery and Cancer
Division of Surgery

Researcher Associate
Salary: £28,770 - £32,750 per annum (pro-rata)

This is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative and creative team developing new methodological approaches to documenting recent surgical history. The project is funded through a Wellcome Trust Award and its emphasis is on using simulation to document the operating theatre as a social, material and educational space.

The successful post holder will work with Professor Roger Kneebone on a project investigating the social, technical and pedagogical practices of surgery from the 1960s to the present day, working with senior surgical teams. The project has developed an innovative methodological approach and further work is required to consolidate and expand the concept.

Key responsibilities will include the planning, coordination, execution and evaluation of a number of interviews/simulations with retired surgical teams, building on successful earlier work within the Wellcome Trust Research Award. The role will also involve consolidating and assisting in the analysis of a body of data relating to simulation-based re-enactments conducted during the project, and assisting in the preparation of material for publication and presentation.

You must be a flexible and innovative individual with excellent interpersonal skills and a keen interest in medical history and simulation. You will have a PhD or equivalent in history, medical history, social science or a related discipline.

This post is part time (30 hours per week) and fixed term for 6 months.

For informal enquiries about the post, please contact Louise Dawson

Our preferred method of application is online via our website Please complete and upload an application form as directed.

Reference Number: SM029-14
Closing Date: Sunday 16 March
Interviews will be held in early April

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