Training Programme and Rotation Information
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Neurology is currently a 5 year training programme which follows the successful completion of Internal Medical Training (IMT).  The East of England rotation provides exposure and experience of all aspects of the neurology curriculum.  This includes all aspects of general neurology in the inpatient and outpatient settings along with tertiary specialist neurological services, in line with the JRCPTB Neurology Curriculum (see here). 

Neurology training in the East of England Deanery comprises of 6-12 month blocks across the deanery
Training in the East of England will give you a broad exposure to a variety of care settings, including tertiary (Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge and Norfolk and Norwich Hospital) and quaternary services (Queens' Square, London), as well as District General Hospital (DGH) experience (Ipswich, Peterborough and Stevenage Hospitals). As an East of England Neurology Trainee, you will have the opportunity to develop a broad base of specialty experience covering the full curriculum, allowing for ample exposure to general neurology and specialist clinics, as well as training in neurology ward consultations and in-patient neurology.

Over the course of their training, Neurology registrars will typically spend 1 year at Addenbrooke's Hospital, 1 year at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and 6 months at Queen Square. The remaining training time will consist of 6-month attachments linked to Cambridge and the District General Hospitals which will also include formal rotations in Stroke Medicine at Addenbrooke's Hospital.

Below is a map of the East of England neuroscience centres - Click on each location to access Trust webpages and further information about each location.

 

 

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