MTI - ST3 Doctor in Nuclear Medicine
At Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
The Nuclear Medicine Department at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest in the North-western Region. A very wide range of clinical diagnostic techniques is provided for patients who are referred from both within and from outside the teaching hospitals of Manchester, and who attend both as in-patients and out-patients. As a centre of excellence in this highly-specialised discipline, the Department frequently serves as a host to professional staff (including medical specialists and radiographers) who come from other hospitals to learn the techniques.
In addition to its diagnostic services, the Department has a major commitment to research and development programmes concerned with developing applications of radioisotope techniques in medicine.
The Radiopharmacy based in the Oxford Road Department provides comprehensive radiopharmaceutical services to this Trust and to other hospitals. The service includes the manufacture of radiopharmaceuticals and preparation of radio-labelled blood components for clinical use in diagnosis and therapy.
The successful candidate will be assigned an educational supervisor and will receive training in Nuclear Medicine during a 12 month period. They will receive full exposure to both elective and non-elective nuclear medicine imaging
The appointee will be expected to undertake audit and quality improvement projects, as well as to attend clinical governance meetings, mortality and morbidity meetings, regional and national educational meetings. Research activity is encouraged.
The appointee will actively participate in the local educational programme of teaching undergraduates as well as postgraduates.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Parthiban Arumugam email@example.com Ex 0161 276 6039
From 1st October 2017, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) and the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust (UHSM) has joined together to create a new Foundation Trust which has been named Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.
Our new organisation will provide a single hospital service across the city of Manchester and in 12- 18 months will also include the services currently provided by North Manchester General Hospital. These changes will make a real difference to the health outcomes and quality of life for the people of Manchester. That’s why this really is an extremely exciting and challenging period in the delivery of health and social care in Greater Manchester and one that provides a wealth career opportunities for great people right across our Group.
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) and the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust (UHSM) have joined together to create a new Foundation Trust, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT). As a result, it’s an extremely exciting and challenging period in the delivery of health and social care in Greater Manchester and one that provides a wealth of opportunity. Our new organisation will provide a single hospital service across the city of Manchester, where these changes will make a real difference to the health outcomes and quality of life for the communities we serve.