Professor Wardlaw and his fellow editors have indicated that they wish to step down from their role as editors of the journal at the end of 2015. Wiley Blackwell and the BSACI are therefore looking to appoint a new editor who could possibly work alongside the current Editor for three months (pending their journal experience) and then take over full editorial control of the journal at the start of 2016.
At this stage the BSACI are asking the allergy community for expressions of interest in the editorship of Clinical & Experimental Allergy. The Editor will be appointed for five years in the first instance with the option of a further five years by mutual consent. The Editor will have a strong track record in research into one or more aspects of allergic disease.
Individuals who are interested in becoming Editor of Clinical & Experimental Allergy should submit a one page CV together with a short paper (no more than two pages of A4) summarising the following:
• Research experience
• Other relevant experience and perceived strengths
• How they would envisage managing the editorship of Clinical & Experimental Allergy
Selected individuals will be invited to submit a full application by 31st August 2014.
NB: It is expected that the journal will most likely move from print to solely online publication once the new Editor takes over.
Clinical Nurse Specialist in Allergy
The UCLH Adult Allergy Service, based at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital (RNTNEH), has a new full-time post for a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Allergy. The service provides over 3,000 appointments each year in clinics held at the RNTNEH and once weekly Drug Allergy and Day Case Testing sessions are held on the main UCLH site. The successful candidate will work within a multi-disciplinary team that comprises five part-time allergy consultants with a range of special interests, and an allergy specialist dietitian.
Interested candidates should contact Alex Stanciu (senior nurse for outpatients) on 0203 456 5304, Dr Harsha Kariyawasam (lead consultant for allergy) on 020 3456 5374 or Kate Petts (general manager for medicine) on 020 3456 5217.
For further information please visit jobs.nhs.uk - Reference:309-SHB720-KM
Consultant Specialist in Allergy – Department of Respiratory Medicine/Allergy
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The Trust wishes to appoint a Consultant to its experienced Allergy team which currently comprises Dr. Raj K Rajakulasingam, lead in adult allergy services, Andrew Williams, consultant nurse in allergy, Michelle Hughes, specialist nurse in allergy and Rama Gorrela, respiratory/allergy laboratory. There is also a paediatric allergy department which compliments the adult service. The post-holder will jointly lead on the management, patient compliance and quality of patient care at the Homerton University Hospital for patients with allergic diseases and ensure the service is compliant with specialist service commissioning and NHSE standards.
6 PA, 12 Month Fixed Term (potential for substantive post following 12 month review) For further details please click here
Oxford University Hospitals - Lead Nurse Immunology and Allergy
This is a part time (22.5hrs) substantive position and I have attached the job description for your information.
The full time band 7 lead nurse is also being advertised again as there was no interest last time.
Please click here for the job description and click here for further information related to the role
Consultant Allergist Post - The University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust
We are looking to appoint a Substantive post, but also have a Locum (fixed term for 6 months). Informal enquiries are welcome and prospective applicants should contact Dr Susana Marinho (+44 161 291 5802/4055; (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
NHS Jobs links below:
The link for the LOCUM POST is http://jobs.uhsm.nhs.uk/job/v326114
The link for the SUBSTANTIVE POST is http://jobs.uhsm.nhs.uk/job/v326112
Closing Dates: 3rd October 2014
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Medicine Division Band 7
Asthma and Allergy Respiratory Nurse Specialist
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a full-time Band 7 Asthma and Allergy Respiratory Nurse Specialist within the respiratory and allergy service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Working in our team of nurse specialists and as part of a multi-disciplinary team, the post holder will be expected to support and deliver the existing nurse-led asthma and allergy inpatient and outpatient service.
For more information please contact:
Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist Chest and Allergy
E mail: email@example.com
Telephone 020 3312 1542