Advanced Pain Training

Training in advanced pain medicine requires the attainment of FRCA (RCoA) and, thereafter, successful completion of the Fellowship of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FFPMRCA). Trainees wishing to attain the fellowship will need to undertake a total of twelve month’s Advanced Pain training, and will have to complete a logbook, written case reports, and a number of work based assessments (4 Mini CEXs, 4 CbDs, 6 DOPS and one MSF) relating to their pain training, in addition to gaining all the other required competencies for a CCT in Anaesthetics. It requires motivation but would suit trainees who wish to pursue a career with different challenges to other anaesthetic specialities.

If you wish to take up a Consultant post with Pain as a sub-speciality interest you must read the requirements of the Faculty of Pain in great detail.

Guidance:

Forms:

 

Advanced pain training posts:


Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital

Duration of post: 6 months

Selection process: competitive interview

Work involved: formalized pain training

Current research projects: ongoing

Further details: Dr Richard Griffiths

 

King’s College Hospital

Duration of post: 6 months

Selection process: competitive interview

Work involved: formalized pain training

Current research projects: ongoing

Further details: Dr Richard Griffiths

 

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

Duration of post: 6 months

Selection process: competitive interview

Work involved: formalized pain training

Current research projects: ongoing

Further details: Dr Richard Griffiths

 

Medway Maritime Hospital Trust

Duration of post: 6 months

Selection process: competitive interview

Work involved: formalized pain training

Current research: contact Dr Sandesha Kothari (Lead)

Further details: Dr Richard Griffiths

 

Other advanced pain training posts are available outside the South East School of Anaesthesia.

 

 

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