Oncology operates under two separate strands, Medical Oncology and Clinical Oncology, both of which focus on non-surgical management of malignant diseases. The main difference between these strands is that Clinical Oncology utilises Radiotherapy as a method of treatment whilst Medical Oncologists use non-radiological treatments.
The qualifications needed for specialty training in each strand differ. Clinical Oncology training is supervised through the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) and Medical Oncology through the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP).
We are currently welcoming applications for a Consultant in Clinical Oncology at a renowned Teaching Hospital that is perfectly located within some of Britain’s most vibrant and attractive settings, with a great many places of natural beauty and historic interest. The expanding Trust in the North East of England are keen to continue to build on their excellent reputation in training, research and the development of advanced radiotherapy techniques. With this in mind, they would particularly welcome applications from those with an interest in education, clinical trials or radiation technology.
BDI Resourcing are welcoming applications from keen IMG's looking to relocate to the UK to work as Specialty Doctors in Clinical Oncology. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time NHS appointment at an NHS Trust in greater Manchester to enhance the quality of care for elective admissions and emergency referrals to the cancer inpatient services.
BDI Resourcing are accepting applications for an NHS Locum Consultant in Medical Oncology. The position is within one of the largest and busiest acute teaching Trusts in England with a team of approximately 15,000 dedicated employees, based in the Midlands.
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Applications are invited for a Specialty Doctor in Medical Oncology at a leading University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust in the Midlands.
The successful applicant will join a friendly, enthusiastic and innovative team, committed to supporting your Continued Professional Development (CPD) as an NHS Oncologist. The post holder will Work alongside a team of Consultants and Specialist Registrars as well as with the wider cancer multi-disciplinary to deliver exceptional cancer care throughout the region. The exact tumour site and outpatient work commitment will depend on the interests and skills of the successful candidate, as well as the needs of the Cancer Centre
The Trust prides itself on its flexible and supportive ethos, promoting staff well-being whilst maintaining its excellent reputation of developing internationally trained Oncologists in post.
The Department is actively involved in audit and research and the successful applicant will have access to a varied educational programme and all training opportunities available to the existing specialist trainees. There will be no on-call commitments for this post, unless specifically requested by the successful applicant
Eligibility for GMC registration (required)
A Greater London NHS Trust are seeking an international doctor for a Specialty Registrar Clinical Oncology post.
The hospital has one of the leading cancer centres in the world and has an international reputation for the care and treatment it provides.
The duration of each post would be for a minimum of 12 months. The post would be particularly suitable for experienced international oncologists wishing to gain further specialist experience in an international tertiary centre.
The specialty of Clinical Oncology comprises of the management of cancer using both radiotherapy and systemic therapy (chemotherapy, hormone therapy and biological agents). It offers a unique opportunity to develop expertise in managing cancer patients and engaging in clinical research and academia.
A multidisciplinary team approach and effective communication is integral to the specialty of oncology. Most of an average week is spent in outpatient clinics, prescribing chemotherapy, planning radiotherapy and inpatient care.
This post requires full FRCR and a pass in IELTS or OET.
We are seeking a Consultant in Clinical Oncology to provide and develop oncology services for patients with breast, gynaecological, urological, and/or skin cancers in the Midlands.
The successful applicant will be working within a cohesive, friendly and committed team including 4 clinical oncologists and 4 medical oncologists.
The Cancer Centre provides comprehensive in and outpatient specialist services for all common cancers and rare cancers.
The centre is an integral part of the trust’s medical division providing a comprehensive Acute Oncology Service.
The Trust has excellent road and rail links with the rest of the country and the city provides excellent facilities for families, as well as a wealth of cultural and leisure opportunities.
Please note that this post will include CESR support and potential IELTS exemption.
The specialist doctor will cover the day ward and inpatient work, support outpatient clinics and attend MDTs. This will include::
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