Work With Us

We have many opportunities for you to join our faculty, from teaching on our courses to helping with our online resources. We are also constantly seeking volunteers (paid, of course) for our ultrasound scanning courses, where you’ll be scanned by trainee doctors.

We are looking for a range of commitments, from the occasional day to regular sessions.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound-machine

Clinicians who are able to teach core or advanced emergency ultrasound, focussed acute medical ultrasound or ultrasound for intensive care.

Digital Content Creation

Clinicians with a special interest in the RCEM curriculum who would like to develop online materials for the MRCEM Primary, MRCEM SBA and FRCEM SBA exams.

MRCEM & FRCEM Faculty

MRCEM-OSCE

Clinicians who have passed their MRCEM or FRCEM exams who would like to progress to becoming faculty on courses relative to their level.

Current Vacancies

Video Directing Doctor (£850 per month for the equivalent of 5 working days)

We are looking for a part-time Video Directing Doctor, four-five days per month, to work in a small team on the creation of videos. This role will involve working with a Video Director, who will provide creative guidance, an experienced video editor, a marketing manager and one or two actors.

A range of different short videos are required, some for marketing purposes and some for training purposes. We also aim to create small numbers of comedy videos for our YouTube channel. The filming will take place at our premises near London Bridge station.

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Video Director (£700 per month for 5 days work, or the equivalent hours)

We are looking for a part-time Video Director, four-five days per month, to work in a small team on the creation of videos. This role will involve working with a doctor, who will provide the professional guidance, an experienced video editor, the marketing manager and one or two actors including medically trained actors.

A range of different short videos are required, some for marketing purposes and some for training purposes. The filming will take place at our premises near London Bridge station.

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MRCEM Primary Faculty (£300 per day)

Teaching on our MRCEM primary courses involves the discussion of about 200 questions (or a portion of these), where you will need to be able to explain the reasoning behind each correct answer and address any questions candidates may have. One-third of the questions focus on anatomy, one-third on physiology, and the remaining third includes microbiology, pathology, and statistics (evidence-based medicine).

You can teach all areas or choose a specific one. All teaching materials are prepared in advance. The question review should provide informative insights for a substantial proportion of candidates taking the course. This can be achieved with images on the screen or other visual aids, such as a skeleton.

If you wish, you can also contribute to online webinars, quizzes, and MRCEM Primary questions. Compensation will be based on the amount of content produced.

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MRCEM SBA Faculty (£300 per day)

Facilitating our MRCEM SBA courses involves walking candidates through about 250 SBA questions (or a portion of these) over two days, providing a brief discussion regarding the reasoning behind the answer and why the other four options are less desirable.

The discussions should be short, precise, informative, and ideally memorable.

Teaching materials are already prepared and you’ll have the opportunity to select preferred areas such as trauma, paediatrics, toxicology, and others.

If you wish, you can also contribute to webinars, online quizzes, discussions, and writing SBA questions, where payment will be based on the amount of content produced.

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MRCEM OSCE Faculty (£300 per day)

You will observe simulated OSCE stations similar to those in the actual exam, taking notes and providing 5 minutes of structured feedback to candidates on their performance and giving suggestions for improvement.

Each faculty member usually undertakes four or five OSCE stations in a course day (repeating each station several times).

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FRCEM SBA Faculty (£300 per day)

You will guide candidates through about 250 SBA questions (or a portion of these) over two days, providing concise discussions on the rationale behind the best answer and why the other four options are less desirable.

Discussions should be brief, precise, informative, and ideally memorable.

All teaching materials are already prepared and you can choose specific areas, such as trauma, paediatrics, toxicology, and others.

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FRCEM OSCE Faculty (£300 per day)

Similar to the MRCEM OSCE course, you will observe simulated stations, take notes, and provide 5 minutes of structured feedback to candidates on their performance and give suggestions for improvement.

As the nature of final FRCEM OSCE stations is more complex than the MRCEM OSCE, each station may involve multiple components to evaluate, for example, teaching combined with a procedure or a physical examination.

You will also need to provide feedback on the critical appraisal component.

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APLS Faculty

We are currently recruiting faculty for Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) and would welcome applications from current course directors and instructors. We will also consider applications from instructor candidates who have already completed their Generic Instructor Course.

If you are a paediatrician with a specialist interest in ultrasound we would also be keen for hear from you.

Pregnant volunteers for ultrasound scanning

We are looking for pregnant volunteers who are ready to join our Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ultrasound course on 28th February 2024 at our medical training centre on Tower Bridge Road in London.

Ideally, we need someone whose pregnancy is over 7 weeks and has already undergone scanning. We’ll compensate you with £75 for participation and provide a complimentary lunch and snacks.

The course is led by experienced Obstetrics and Gynaecology specialists, ensuring a safe and comfortable experience. While you’ll see your pregnancy on screen, please note that we do not provide reports or any additional information about your pregnancy. The course is solely for training purposes.

We have some flexibility over timing. Contact us at info@bromleyemergency.com for more information.

Pregnant volunteers needed

WHY TEACH WITH US

“I joined Bromley courses as a faculty member for PLAB 2. I found it quite useful in how organised and systematic their general approach was. I have learned an excellent structure in delivering medical education. It also helped refresh my medical knowledge and clinical skills. I definitely would love to continue and expand on delivering more and different courses.”

PLAB 2

Tarek

“Being faculty on Bromley Emergency Courses has improved my point of care ultrasound technique and my bedside teaching skills; both of which have allowed me to progress in my clinical duties”

Core Ultrasound Course

Matt

“Working with Bromley Emergency is a unique opportunity for anyone keen to be part of medical education. Teaching for the PLAB 2 course has given me an opportunity to give back the knowledge and work experience to international medical graduates that I gained after being part of the same route to get registered with the GMC. Professionally, it has helped me keep my core skills of medical examination and approach to patients updated. Would definitely recommend it.”

PLAB 2

Anju

“I am passionate about ultrasound and teaching ultrasound for Bromley Emergency gives me the opportunity to engage other clinicians with the use of ultrasound as a point-of-care device in managing patients. Personally, it helps build my teaching skills as well as consolidate my ultrasound knowledge.”

Core Ultrasound Course

Fiqry

“Bromley Emergency has helped in my professional development by giving me access to the latest portable ultrasound equipment and a great team of enthusiastic staff to work with. It’s been useful to meet and learn from other experienced faculty from various Trusts. Teaching junior doctors is always rewarding and the sessions are structured very well to give them the most out of the day.”

CORE Ultrasound Course

Katie