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Join the Department of Nursing at the Institute! Always seeking new colleagues The Jules Bordet Institute is a hospital on a human scale where everybody has the opportunity to make a difference while developing his or her skills in a high-tech, welcoming and stimulating working environment.  An ...

The health networks

The health networks The Jules Bordet Institute is connected to the Brussels health network (Abrumet), through which it can communicate with other national and regional health networks approved by the Belgian federal platform.    ​​​​​​​You have received a text message from the Jules Bordet Institute about your registration on a health network? ...

aesthetic care and wellness

Nurses specialised in aesthetic care and wellness A well-being interlude along the care pathway Our role Nurses specialised in aesthetic care and well-being at the Jules Bordet Institute seek to conserve and improve the body image and well-being of patients with cancer or having had cancer. This support is aimed at the well-being of patients. It is provided in cooperation with...

IREN

Choosing to participate in a clinical trial Let’s try the IREN tool ! IREN: Informed on Research, ENgaged for better treatmentsIREN is a decision aid to support cancer patients’ decisions about clinical trial participation. It’s a collaborative project between clinical research professionals, patients and relatives.L'Outil IREN (Français)IREN Hulpmiddel (Nederlands) ...

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Alternate Videos going through the cites Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur, from a Lorem Ipsum passage, and going through the cites of the word in classical literature, discovered the undoubtable source. ...

Our videos

Our videos The New Jules Bordet Institute. The New Jules Bordet Institute, located on the university campus of the ULB in Anderlecht, is ready and will soon welcome its first patients. A new state-of-the-art hospital entirely dedicated to the fight against cancer. ...

Digestive cancers

Digestive cancers “Combining several treatments increases the chance of a cure and reduces recurrence of digestive cancer.”    Dr Alain Hendlisz, Coordinator of the Digestive CMO, Institut Jules Bordet. How we treat digestive tract cancers All the digestive organs can be affected by cancer: the oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, gall bladder and bile ducts, the small intestine, large intestine (colon) … even the anal margin. Management of these tumours is always multidisciplinary.  ...

Psycho-oncology

Psycho-oncology clinic Our role The objectives of the Psycho-Oncology Clinic of the Institut Jules Bordet are:the psychological and psychiatric management of the patients and/or those close to them, the development of clinical research projects, healthcare-provider/patient communication training and psycho-oncology training in general. The common objective of the psychiatrists, psychologists, ...

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appointment

Making an appointment To make, change or cancel an appointment: Tel : +32 (0)2 541 30 00 from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. or from 1.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.   You can also fill in the online form. Once your request has been received, reception will contact you again on these contact details. Making an appointment Cancel/change an appointment The cancellation or changing of an appointment must be no...

internationale patiënten

International patients European and non-European patients European patients Documents neededIf you are from a country which is a member of the European Union, it is essential that you bring:Your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC/CEAM) when you go to the hospital, including in the case of an emergency. For a planned hospital stay, you must also bring the S2 form (previously ...

Teaching

Teaching at the Institut Jules Bordet    “Interns are integrated into an organised, multidisciplinary system under the constant supervision of their intern supervisor and his team.”  Prof. Anne-Pascale Meert, Head of the Internal Medicine Clinic and Director of the 2nd and 3rd Master’s Internal Medicine at the Institut Jules Bordet    The Institut Jules Bordet, university hospital Our formations ...

Rare tumours

Rare tumours “The Institut Jules Bordet has long been recognised for its treatment of rare tumours”   Dr Ahmad Awada, Oncologist How we treat rare tumours Rare tumours account for around a quarter of the cancers treated at the Institut Jules Bordet. These cancers require very particular and multidisciplinary treatment. A tumour is described as rare when it affects fewer than 6 people in 100,000. It may appear in an organ or in tissue that is only very rarely affected by cancer (eg: the salivary glands, the penis, etc), or may be situated in an organ where cancer is relatively common but show cell characteristics that are different from those usually observed. ...

Breast cancers

Breast cancers “Our patients receive support at every level, including psychological support”   Dr Martine Piccart, Medical Oncologist and Scientific Director How we treat breast cancers In Belgium, one woman in eight will develop breast cancer over the course of her life. The Institut Jules Bordet treats around 700 women a year. Our multidisciplinary teams were pioneers in a number of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to these cancers. ...

Lung and thorax cancers

Lung and thorax cancers “The therapeutic strategy depends on the type of cancer, its extent and the patient’s general state of health.”  Dr Thierry Berghmans, Head of the Thoracic Oncology Clinic How we treat cancers of the lungs and thoracic cavity Thanks to extensive internal and external collaboration, the Institut Bordet is able to treat all cancers of the thoracic cavity, including lung cancer.Several types of cancer can develop in the thorax: small and large cell lung (or “bronchial”) cancer, pulmonary metastases originating in other primary tumours and rare tumours such as cancer of the thymus, mesothelioma, pleura, etc. ...

Prostate cancers

Prostate cancers “Our aim is to preserve the patient’s quality of life while treating the tumour as effectively as possible.”   Dr Alexandre Peltier, Urological surgeon How we treat the prostate cancers Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. The Institut Jules Bordet has the cutting-edge technology needed to detect and treat these tumours. ...

Head and neck cancers

Head and neck cancers « Providing comprehensive care for the patient is important for our multidisciplinary team but equally important is providing it without delay ... »  Delphine Talmon, Oncological Care Coordinating Nurse (ICSO) How we treat ENT cancers of the head and neck Head and neck cancers include all tumours that develop in the upper aerodigestive tract and ENT (ear, nose and throat) system: tongue, cheek, palate, nose, sinuses, salivary glands, larynx, pharynx, etc. ...

Colorectal cancers

Colorectal cancers “Our philosophy is to care for patients while sparing them any pointless and difficult treatments.”   Dr Alain Hendlisz, Coordinator of the Digestive Tumour CMO, Institut Bordet How we treat cancers of the colon or rectum Colorectal cancers are among the most common forms of cancer. Significant advances have been made in improving the way they are treated. Treatment requires a multidisciplinary approach. ...

Thyroid cancers

Thyroid cancers “The therapeutic strategy depends largely on the risk of persistence or recurrence of the disease.”  Dr Giuseppe Costante, Endocrinologist and Head of Thyroid Cancer at the EURACAN Project. How we treat thyroid cancers The Institut Jules Bordet treats all types of thyroid cancer. The great majority can be cured but require correct assessment of the risk of recurrence and follow-up care for life. ...