East of England

  • RAPM:  Dr Paul Rolfe
  • Posts available per year: The region is small and we normally manage to accommodate all trainees who express an interest in pursuing higher or advanced training in pain medicine
  • Advertising: Posts are not formally advertised. Please ensure you express interest during your ARCP when in years ST4 or ST5
  • Application & Interview process:  This is informal and occurs with the RAPM and the Programme Director

 

Advanced Pain Training in the Anglia region usually begins with trainees expressing an interest earlier in their training. There is currently no formal interview process however trainees are expected to show a significant interest in Pain Medicine and will have produced audits or attended conferences to support this, prior to starting their Advanced Pain Training. Trainees usually come from within the region, although provisions are being made with the TPD and Deanery to advertise out of region in the future.

If you are interested in pursuing training in this region and would like to speak to a previous trainee then please contact the Faculty at contact@fpm.ac.uk