Overview

We’re looking for doctors with exceptional attention to detail who can create structured clinical pathways based on existing guidelines. We provide GPs and other primary care clinicians with decision support and patient advice to reduce inappropriate antibiotic use. We’re currently expanding to support a range of other conditions, each requiring high-quality content authoring. The work is all remote and unscheduled, so we need someone incredibly proactive.

Location: Remote work, with occasional meetings at our office (King’s X)

Hours: Flexible, minimum 16hrs/month availability

Pay: £20-30/hr dependent upon experience

We are expanding our clinical content to cover a wider list of infections as well as general minor ailments. For each new condition we need to generate pathways for workup, prescribing, and patient advice. You will take guidelines from NICE, PHE, BNF and specific CCGs and map these into graph structures. This includes identifying relevant clinical codes (Read/SNOMED-CT) to search from medical record and to write to the medical record.

Essential:

GMC-registered doctor
2 years clinical experience post-qualification (i.e. completed FY2).
Structured thinker. You can draw a decision tree for any activity in your day.
Self-starter. You’ll work on your own schedule so need to be very motivated and disciplined.
Thorough. We take guidelines from multiple sources and interpret these into a clinical pathway, requiring extreme attention to detail.
Grammar and spelling pedant.
Computer literacy (you’ll be using yEd and will need to pick it up fast).
Research skills. When the guidelines are vague, you’ll need to look up the underlying evidence.
Desirable:

GP experience
Experience in software coding or with rules-based logic
Experience with clinical codes (Read, SNOMED-CT)
Benefits:

Competitive pay
Extremely flexible hours
Monthly team dinners
Potential for full-time/contract work
Work with a dynamic and agile team, tackling major health challenges

About AccuRx

We provide software to help eliminate inappropriate antibiotic use, in order to tackle antimicrobial resistance. Our software (Chain) is used in a growing number of GP practices around the country to improve care quality and practice efficiency. Chain provides decision support and sends our personalised patient advice, with all content based on existing local and national guidelines.