The acting Head of School for the London/KSS Specialty School of Clinical Oncology is Dr Won-Ho Edward Park. He is responsible for the quality of training across the two geographical areas, in a combined training programme. Clinical Oncology has more than 150 trainees, and offers training opportunities at prestigious teaching centres across the capital.
Dr Won-Ho Edward Park is a Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Imperial NHS Trust. He was previously Training Programme Director for the South Thames rotation and Oncology Undergraduate Training Lead at Imperial NHS Trust. Ed's clinical interests are in the management of Gynaecological and Oesophago-gastric malignancies. His educational interests are varied including the development of a Communication Skills training course.
The vision for the London/KSS School of Clinical Oncology is:
- World class education for world-class healthcare
- Excellence of postgraduate training and education
- Producing clinical leaders of tomorrow
Training in Clinical Oncology is delivered within two training programmes;
Specialty Training Committee (STC) and School Board Pan London Forum information
The London/KSS Specialty School of Clinical Oncology holds STC and School Board meetings three times a year with trainee representation. The purpose of these groups are to bring together the training programme directors and educator leads from each of the postgraduate training centres to consider issues of mutual interest in relation to Clinical Oncology training, and to foster and share good practice.
Find out more
To find out more about training in Clinical Oncology, please visit the Royal College of Radiologists website at https://rcr.ac.uk/
Please visit our contacts page where you will find contact information regarding all training matters ((ARCP, rotational placements, revalidation, out of programme applications, intra London programme transfers, inter deanery transfers, integrated academic training, less than full time training and travel expenses).