Head of School
Ms Celia Theodoreli-Riga is the Head of School of Surgery.
Deputy Head of School
Mr Dominic Nielsen is the Deputy Head of the London Postgraduate School of Surgery. Mr Nielsen is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at St George’s Hospital in London. His clinical interests are foot and ankle surgery and complex lower limb trauma. He is a keen advocate of surgical education and was previously the Training Programme Director for Higher Orthopaedics in South London.
Training Programme Directors
The TPDs for the North and South part of the consortium work closely together, STC meetings and ARCPs are held for both parts of the consortium together.
Miss Silke Wagener - consultant paediatric surgeon Oxford
Primary qualification: State exam medicine Germany May 1993
Full registration April 1995 Germany
MD (thesis) of the University of Bochum, Germany July 1995
MRCS, Glasgow June 1999
Intercollegiate Specialty Exam in Paediatric Surgery March 2007
FRCS Paed, Glasgow March 2007
CCT Paediatric Surgery January 2008
Consultant paediatric surgeon in Oxford since September 2009 – special interest colorectal surgery
STC member for South East consortium since 2011
TPD South East consortium (North) since October 2018
Department of Paediatric Surgery, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, John Radcliffe Hospital, Level 2 West Wing, Headley Way, Headington, Oxford ,OX3 9DU
Miss Lara Kitteringham - consultant paediatric surgeon Southampton
South East Consortium
This training programme comprises of the sectors / rotations listed below. Details of the trusts within each sector / rotation are given, with a link to the trust website where further information can be found. When preferencing a sector / rotation, applicants should be prepared to train in all the trusts stated.
Details are correct at the time of advertising and are subject to change due to educational reasons and service reconfiguration.
The London School of Surgery oversees the training programme for Paediatric Surgery in the South East Consortium. The consortium has been divided into North and South regions and trainees who join the South East Consortium from National Selection will be allocated either North or South. The Training centres are as follows with the links to their websites below:
Brighton General Hospital
The Evelina Children’s Hospital
King’s College Hospital
Southampton General Hospital
St George's Hospital
Norfolk and Norwich Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
Royal London Hospital
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Useful Information and Links
ePortfolio - https://www.iscp.ac.uk/
JCST Guidelines and Checklists - https://www.jcst.org/quality-assurance/certification-guidelines-and-checklists/