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The Radiotherapy Oncology Service treats many patients and handles cases of complex pathology every day. It stands out for its assistance work in different areas, such as pediatric oncology, stereotactic techniques such as SBRT and radiosurgery, in addition to pathology benign (ablation of cardiac arrhythmias, trigeminal neuralgia, keloids, arteriovenous malformations). We are part of more than 10 multidisciplinary tumor committees that take place at our center and participate in our own research projects as well as national and international ones. During the residency, the professional and human development of the resident is encouraged, facilitating participation in different research projects and attendance at different types of training courses, in addition to rotation at the international external center. We have a great track record in the continuing education of residents, and many of those who have passed through our unit hold positions of responsibility in international hospitals. We get residents and professionals from all over the state who do rotations in our specific units to learn the techniques we have in place.
Radiotherapy Oncology training itinerary
The Radiation Oncology Teaching Unit is provided by the Radiation Oncology Department, with the involvement of Haematology, Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology, Radiology, Radiophysics, A&E, and Palliative Care. In Radiation Oncology we attend to patients at the hospital and in the Vall d’Hebron healthcare area of influence, but we are also active in other parts of the country as we are a leading centre for several complex diseases.
We offer a training programme in radiation oncology that includes learning in research. This means taking part in multidisciplinary committees that analyse different pathologies and generate hypotheses for future research projects. Residents integrate into a line of research when they join the programme, assisted by a consultant.
We are part of the Vall d’Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) and the Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO). We actively participate in different national and international research groups, such as the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC), the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP), and the Radiation Oncology Clinical Research Group (GICOR).
Paediatric Oncology and Haematology,
Children's Hospital and Woman's Hospital
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