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  • General Information - Cork University Hospital
    General Information Recruitment All posts in the Physiotherapy Department CUH are advertised and recruited through the Health Service Executive South Most are advertised on the www careersinhealth ie Informal enquires may be directed to the Physiotherapy Manager Sinead Glennon or to HSE South recruitment All non Republic of Ireland graduates must be validated by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists ISCP info iscp ie prior to employment Recruitment department HSE Southern Area Aras Slainte Wilton Road Cork Phone 353 0 21 4923650 Email recruitment south hse ie Period of Adaption Requests Occasionally the Physiotherapy Department gets requests from Physiotherapists who have completed their physiotherapy training oversees requesting period of adaptation work placements Unfortunately due to our strong commitment to undergraduate placements it is not possible to facilitate these requests Transition Year Students Work Experience Unfortunately due to our strong commitment to physiotherapy undergraduate placements it is not possible to facilitate these requests Once or twice a year an open information afternoon is organised by the Physiotherapy Department for transition year students Should you wish to attend this please contact Physiotherapy Reception on 353 0 21 4922400 and leave your details Research and Education Undergraduate and post graduate training is facilitated through the Department The Department is a recognized clinical practice site for physiotherapy students from the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland RCSI Students from RSCI and on occasion from other physiotherapy colleges complete placements here under the supervision of practice tutors Physiotherapists are also involved in providing training workshops and lectures for staff and patients within the hospital Continuing Professional Development CPD The Physiotherapy Department places a strong emphasis on encouraging CPD of staff in line with the ISCP recommendations Regular in service training clinical supervision peer learning clinical reasoning sessions journal clubs and mandatory training schemes are in place An education committee and a research committee meet regularly within the department Staff are encouraged to attend relevant courses and conferences A formal appraisal system for therapists is in place along with opportunities to complete personal development plans All staff are involved in departmental service planning Post graduate education is encouraged and supported A number of staff have completed or are currently involved in masters MSc programmes Research Publications Research plays a vital role in ensuring that treatments provided are in line with evidence based practice The Physiotherapists in Cork University Hospital are actively involved in both local and national research projects and regularly present their findings at medical and therapy conferences as well as through publications in recognized journals Some examples to date include Clinical Research Research study completed on evaluation of the use of an incremental exercise programme on a chronic stroke population Research study completed on the effectiveness of acupuncture in the treatment of myofascial neck pain Research study into effectiveness of pilates classes for low back pain patients Ethical approval has been received for and data collection has commenced for CUH Physiotherapy Dept to participate in a nationwide study on profiling patients with multiple sclerosis

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Departments-A-Z-/Physiotherapy/Access-To-Services/General-Information/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Access To Service - Cork University Hospital
    Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Our Clinical Specialists Access To Service Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Services Provided Access To Services Our Clinical Specialists Access To Service Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Acute-Medical-Assessment-Unit/Our-Clinical-Specialists/Access-To-Service/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Medical Oncology Service - Cork University Hospital
    Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cancer Services Services Provided Medical Oncology Service Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Services Provided Regional Cancer Centre Medical Oncology Service Radiation Oncology Services Clinical Haematology Pallative Care Services Oncology Clinical Trials Unit Psycho Oncology Clinical Support Services Patient Supports Division Publication Access To Services Our Clinical Specialists Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cancer-Services/Services-Provided/Medical-Oncology-Service/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Clinical Haematology Service - Cork University Hospital
    Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cancer Services Services Provided Clinical Haematology Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Services Provided Regional Cancer Centre Medical Oncology Service Radiation Oncology Services Clinical Haematology Pallative Care Services Oncology Clinical Trials Unit Psycho Oncology Clinical Support Services Patient Supports Division Publication Access To Services Our Clinical Specialists Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Breast Cancer explained Cork University Hospital launches Breast Cancer App Read more Cork Kerry HealthLink Bus providing social support to individuals on their cancer journey Read More Clinical Haematology Service Clinical Haematology Department Cork University Hospital Phone 353 0 21 4922324 Fax 353 0 21 4921346 The Haematology Department is divided into two sections Clinical Haematology and Laboratory Haematology Clinical haematology services are delivered to patients with blood cancers lymphomas pre cancerous conditions such as bone marrow In addition it provides a variety of services to patients with other blood disorders such as excessive or deficient clotting pregnant mothers with blood disorders patients taking Wayfaring and patients who have problems with their bloods secondary to other medical issues Haematology Day Care Service Tel 353 0 21 4922862 Many haematology patients are discharged from hospital but still require intensive support as a day patient for a bone marrow biopsy blood transfusion platelet transfusion and administration of IV antibiotics aphoresis and stem cell harvesting Haematology In patient Service The Inpatient Haematology Service is located on Ward 2D which is a 10 bedded isolation unit with five isolation beds for the treatment of acute leukaemia high grade lymphoma and stem cell transplantation and five more for acute burns patients Haematology patients are also treated on Ward 5A Ward 3A and Ward 2A Please do not visit a patient with a haematology blood disorder or anyone

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cancer-Services/Services-Provided/Clinical-Haematology/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Pallative Care Service - Cork University Hospital
    Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cancer Services Services Provided Pallative Care Services Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Services Provided Regional Cancer Centre Medical Oncology Service Radiation Oncology Services Clinical Haematology Pallative Care Services Oncology Clinical Trials Unit Psycho Oncology Clinical Support Services Patient Supports Division Publication Access To Services Our Clinical Specialists Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Breast Cancer explained Cork University Hospital launches Breast Cancer App Read more Cork Kerry HealthLink Bus providing social support to individuals on their cancer journey Read More Pallative Care Service Palliative Care Department Cork University Hospital Phone 353 0 21 4922893 Fax 353 0 21 4922498 The palliative care service helps to enhance the quality of life of patients with a life limiting illness which is appropriate and sensitive

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  • Oncology Clinical Trials Unit - Cork University Hospital
    to reach a decision The Oncology Day Unit which is part of Cork University Hospital is where you will receive your treatment Your oncology research nurse will visit you each time you come into the Day Ward By taking part in a clinical trial you are helping to improve the general understanding of cancer and the best way to treat it To find out what trials are available within our sites please go to www icorg ie and view clinical trials What is a Clinical Trial A clinical trial is a research study designed to evaluate new treatments or a new way of using known treatments The goal is to find safer and more effective ways to treat or prevent cancer A clinical trial is also known as a clinical study research study or medical research Clinical Trials may be done to test one of the following New treatments New ways of using treatments already available New combinations of existing drugs New ways of diagnosing or preventing cancer The psychological effects of the treatment What are the phases of Clinical Trials Clinical trials are conducted in an orderly series of steps called phases This allows doctors to ask and answer questions in a way that results in reliable information about the treatment and protects the patients Clinical trials are usually classified into one of three phases Phase I trials The aim of phase I clinical trials it to find out how a new drug should be given by mouth injected into the blood or injected into the muscle how often and how much of the treatment can be given without causing serious side effects Doctors assess whether the side effects are acceptable in relation to the potential benefits A phase I trial usually enrols only a small number of patients between 20 80 Phase II trials These studies follow the phase I trials and by this time doctors already know quite a lot about the treatment A phase II trial continues to test the safety of the drug and begins to evaluate how well the new drug works and for which types of cancer it might be useful These studies involve more patients between 100 300 Phase III trials These studies follow the phase II trials and the aim is to compare a new drug or a new combination of drugs in comparison to the current standard treatment Phase III trials often enrol large numbers of patients 1000 3000 and may be conducted at doctors offices clinics and cancer centres worldwide Why are Clinical Trials important Today s clinical trials lead to tomorrow s standard treatment The information obtained from a clinical trial advances our progress in the fight against cancer Without clinical trials and without the assistance of patients willing to enrol onto these trials our treatments for cancer would never improve What is standard treatment Standard care is a treatment option that has been proven effective and is currently being used Today s standard treatments were first shown

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  • Psycho-Oncology - Cork University Hospital
    Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cancer Services Services Provided Psycho Oncology Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Services Provided Regional Cancer Centre Medical Oncology Service Radiation Oncology Services Clinical Haematology Pallative Care Services Oncology Clinical Trials Unit Psycho Oncology Clinical Support Services Patient Supports Division Publication Access To Services Our Clinical Specialists Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Breast Cancer explained Cork University Hospital launches Breast Cancer App Read more Cork Kerry HealthLink Bus providing social support to individuals on their cancer journey Read More Psycho Oncology Psycho Oncology Department Cork University Hospital What is psycho oncology Psycho oncology is concerned with aspects of cancer that go beyond medical treatment and include psychological and psychosocial aspects of cancer The psycho oncology service aims to give all cancer

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  • Clinical Support Services - Cork University Hospital
    Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cancer Services Services Provided Clinical Support Services Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Services Provided Regional Cancer Centre Medical Oncology Service Radiation Oncology Services Clinical Haematology Pallative Care Services Oncology Clinical Trials Unit Psycho Oncology Clinical Support Services Patient Supports Division Publication Access To Services Our Clinical Specialists Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic

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