Queens Centre for Oncology and Haematology
The Queen’s Centre is located at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham near Hull, East Yorkshire. The centre is a state of the art facility that is primarily for cancer patients from across the region
As well as serving the local community, the centre has a catchment population of approximately 1.2 million people in a largely rural environment, with some patients travelling up to 80 miles to visit the site for appointments with clinicians. The centre also accepts referrals from any part of the country.
The Queen’s Centre is a contemporary building which accepted its first patients in August 2008 and was officially opened in March 2009 by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Chaired by Leslie Walker, Emeritus Professor of Cancer Rehabilitation at the University of Hull. He founded a unique Oncology Health Service which has won a number of awards, and the approach is known internationally as the "Hull model".
Full details of this one day event to be advised. There will be case presentations from heath professionals working in the unit which has a culture which supports and develops hypnotic approaches.
There will also be speakers from other areas with expertise in the field.