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Limerick, Limerick

Hospital.ie€ 58000 - 85000 per year

Registrar Neurology - Ireland Essential requirements: * Currently registered with Irish Medical Council (IMC) * Relevant...

Posted 1st December 2021
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Cork, Ireland, Cork

MatchMedics€ 57987 - 68285 per year

Neurology Registrar – University Hospital University Hospital Cork have a vibrant research programme in the hospital Neurology group, with...

Posted 30th November 2021
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Norwich, Norfolk

The Placement Group£ 30000 - 32000 per year

Our client is looking for a Band 5/6 Occupational Therapist to join their team Band 5/6 ...

Posted 30th November 2021
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Dublin, Dublin

Hospital.ie€ 58000 - 85000 per year

Registrar Neurology - Ireland  This is an excellent opportunity for a suitably qualified doctor to progress your career...

Posted 29th November 2021
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Oban, Argyll and Bute

Liquid Healthcare£ 40000 - 44500 per year

Band 7 Physiotherapist - Neurology - Oban, Scotland - Up to £44,500 per annum This is an excellent...

Posted 26th November 2021
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Sale, Greater Manchester

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust£ 32.31 - 39.03 per year

Specialist Neurological Occupational Therapist Post Title Specialist Neurological Occupational Therapist Service/Ward/Department Community neuro rehabilitation team,...

Posted 26th November 2021
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Welwyn, Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust£ 32.31 - 39.03 per year

Person specification Qualifications and Training Essential criteria Occupational Therapy degree or equivalent HCPC registration...

Posted 26th November 2021
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Wrexham, Wrexham (Wrecsam)

18 Week Support£ 1 - 1 per hour

Consultant in Neurology – Bank/Session Work - Wrexham 18 Week Support are currently seeking Consultant In Neurology...

Posted 22nd November 2021
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Birmingham, West Midlands

MediTalent£ 42000 - 45000 per year

Specialist Physiotherapist | Neurological Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Centre | up to £44,503 p/annum Fantastic opportunity for an...

Posted 18th November 2021
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Kingston upon Thames, London, Greater London

ProfDoc£ 100000 - 120000 per year

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Neurology Consultant, to join one of our highly regarded clients’ located...

Posted 17th November 2021
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London, Greater London

Barts Health NHS Trust£ 47.15 - 52.94 per year

We strive to live by our WeCare values and are committed to promoting inclusion, where every staff member has a...

Posted 24th November 2021
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London, Greater London

St George's University Hospitals NHS Trust£ 33.13 - 52.09 per year

We expect all our staff to share the values that are important to the trust – being excellent, kind, responsible...

Posted 18th November 2021
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Ashford, Kent

Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust£ 22.55 - 24.88 per year

Detailed job description and main responsibilities -Jointly running groups for people with non-epileptic seizures with other members of the multidisciplinary...

Posted 4th December 2021
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Manchester, Greater Manchester

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust£ 1 - 1 per year

NIHR CRN: Greater Manchester Local Clinical Research Specialty Lead As part of the vision for the future of clinical...

Posted 3rd December 2021
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Manchester, Greater Manchester

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust£ 25.66 - 31.53 per year

Royal Manchester Children's Hospital is part of a leading Trust for teaching, research and specialist services in the North West...

Posted 2nd December 2021
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Neurologist jobs: frequently asked questions

Welcome to our neurologist jobs page, featuring the very latest neurologist roles across the UK, as well as frequently asked questions below.

What is a Neurologist?

A neurologist is a doctor specialising in the treatment and management of disorders that affect the nervous system.

Neurologists treat conditions that directly relate to malfunctions of the nervous systems, as well as diseases like meningitis which can potentially cause brain damage once established.

There are a huge number of neurological diseases and conditions which neurologists treat and manage, the most common of which include strokes, blackouts, brain tumours, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

What are the daily duties of a Neurologist?

Given the huge range of diseases a neurologist can encounter, their daily duties can vary greatly.

But responsibilities can typically include:

• MRI and CT scans

• EEG tests

• Informal assessments for signs and symptoms of neurological diseases

• The implementation of some medications or treatment plans

• Referring patients to relevant neurosurgeons for specific surgical treatment

Neurologists, like other doctors, tend to work in a shift pattern which may include weekend work and unsociable hours.

How do you become a Neurologist?

The career path for a neurologist is quite similar to that of a doctor.

To become a neurologist you first need to complete a five-year degree in medicine that is recognised by the General Medical Council.

You’ll then need to complete a two-year Foundation Programme of general training.

Subsequently you’ll need to complete around two or three years of core training as a doctor, involving between four and six placements in different medical areas. You can then apply for membership of the Royal College of Physicians.

And finally, following all this, you’ll need to undertake around five years of specialist training in neurology.

Evidently, it’s a long and challenging career path. But given the complexity involved and expertise required for the role, it’s hardly surprising.

How much do Neurologists earn?

Pay for neurologists is quite hard to pinpoint because it’s such a specialised field.

According to industry data, the average neurologist salary is between £60,000 and £65,000 a year. But this average takes into account salaries that can start closer to £50,000 and can rise well beyond £100,000.

However, it’s fair to say that neurologist pay should be roughly in line with consultant level pay – which starts at around £60,000. That’s because to become a neurologist, you have to undertake many years of training and study, which sees your salary progress through the junior doctor and physician phases.

Although the vast majority of neurologists work in the NHS, some do also work privately. Private salaries for neurologists vary too, but anecdotally it’s suggested that pay is higher than in the NHS.

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