The Welsh diabetes and endocrinology training programme covers the whole of Wales. Trainees are placed depending on their training needs. Usually the final two years will be spent in the Cardiff teaching hospitals.
Clinical Registrar’s will be responsible for the day to day care of patients under the consultant(s) to whom they are seconded for training.
They will attend ward rounds and clinics as directed and take part in on-call arrangements. They will be expected under the direction of consultants to supervise the work of junior staff.
They will attend such business and administration meetings necessary for the proper discharge of their clinical duties and to undertake such managerial and administrative duties as are appropriate to their experience and aptitude.
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