Academic Physiatrist

The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Western University, London, Canada is actively recruiting two academic Physiatrists. The first position is designated for a Clinician Researcher. The successful applicant’s time will be split between clinical duties and academic work developing, advancing and leading collaborative research initiatives with a rehabilitation focus. The second position is designated […]

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, London, Ontario

The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Western University, London, Canada is actively recruiting two academic Physiatrists. The first position is designated for a Clinician Researcher. The successful applicant’s time will be split between clinical duties and academic work developing, advancing and leading collaborative research initiatives with a rehabilitation focus. The second position is designated for a Clinician Teacher. The successful candidate will have more time allocated to clinical duties and will also have responsibilities participating in and leading initiatives in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. The spectrum of clinical opportunities available in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Western University are diverse and may include (but are not limited to) work in Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation, Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation (including ultrasound guided injections), and other areas. Inpatient and outpatient opportunities are available. The successful candidates will be compassionate practitioners who are excited about working as a team with the close knit community of Physiatrists already assembled at Western. They will be eligible for academic appointments at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor, as appropriate. The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Western University is housed at Parkwood Institute Main Building (part of St Joseph’s Health Care London). Department members share the management of 87 inpatient beds across five different rehabilitation units (Stroke, Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Amputee and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation), working closely with three dedicated hospitalists. Department members also work closely with a cohesive, collaborative hospital team and leadership group. Anticipated start time is negotiable. The successful candidates must have completed (by the start of employment) residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; have residency, fellowship, and/or independent practice experience in Canada; be fellows of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada; and have Canadian Citizenship or permanent resident status. Remuneration includes fee-for-service income from clinical activities and partial salary support commensurate with qualifications and experience.