NJR recruiting new members for
Regional Clinical Coordinators Committee
The National Joint Registry (NJR) is seeking new members for its Regional Clinical Coordinators (RCC) Committee, in specific areas around England and Wales.
The RCC Committee serves to provide a two-way communication link between the hospitals and surgeons providing data to the NJR, and to the staff working for the registry itself and comprises of representatives from all regions across England, Northern Ireland and Wales, from both NHS and independent sector hospitals.
Vacancies for RCC members are currently open in the following regions:
• Northeast & Yorkshire
The committee serves as a central way for the registry to ensure the ongoing clinical relevance of its work and receive suggestions and feedback from RCC members and their regions at both a strategic and operational level. RCCs also have a key role supporting the improvement of the quality of data in the registry and in turn, the quality of its evidence to support surgeons and clinical teams at a local level.
To ensure a representative and balanced cohort, the NJR welcomes applications from consultant female surgeons to improve the gender diversity of the committee and also from consultants who specialise in ankle, elbow and shoulder replacement which there is a shortage of currently.
Applications are open until 17 March 2023 – for more information and details on how to apply, contact the NJR at firstname.lastname@example.org.