Clinical Therapies


 UCC's response to covid 19

Covid-19 Vaccinations

(1) For health care students, vaccinations may be advocated not only in the interest of the individual student, but also as a protection to health service users and workers, some of whom may have medical vulnerabilities. Getting vaccinated helps to protect people around students, particularly people at increased risk for severe illness from certain viruses.
(2) Access to educational opportunities in some healthcare settings may not be granted to healthcare students if they are not vaccinated and will not agree to vaccination that is not otherwise contraindicated. In most instances it may not be possible for the Higher Educational Institutions to provide alternative training/educational opportunities to replace this access. As placements are a critical and compulsory component of Clinical Therapies programmes and are necessary to fulfil registration requirements, this in turn may delay progression through and potential completion of Clinical Therapies programmes at UCC.

Full details of the HSEs COVID19 vaccination programme can be found at:


Lead Worker Representatives

Lead Worker Representation for Discipline of Physiotherapy, Nano Nagle Place: Ms Ciara Hanrahan,

Lead Worker Representation for School of Clinical Therapies, Brookfield Health Sciences & ASSERT: Ms Anne O' Sullivan, 

UCC UniCov Study

Click on the following document to find out more about UCC's New UniCov Study - open to all students & staff! UCC UniCoV Study

Welcome to the School of Clinical Therapies!

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Welcome to the School of Clinical Therapies!

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Welcome to the School of Clinical Therapies!

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School of Clinical Therapies

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