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Pain Specialist & Anaesthetist
Prof Dominic Harmon graduated in Jun 95 as Master Medical Science; Physiology from UCD, NUI. In Apr 97 he gained a Diploma in Sports Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland which fostered an interest in Sports Medicine and proved to be valuable experience in the management of Musculoskeletal Pain. In Apr 99 he was awarded Fellow of College of Anaesthetists.
Prof Harmon achieved a BA in Arts from DCU, NUI in Mar 01 and in Mar 03 he graduated with a BA in major Psychology DCU, NUI. His objective in achieving this degree was directly relating to Chronic Pain Management and cognitive outcomes after Anaesthesia. In Dec 03 he graduated with an M.D. (Anaesthesia) from UCC, NUI. In May 04 he gained a Certificate in Specialist Training (Anaesthesia Intensive Care and Pain Medicine) and in May 05 a Diploma in Pain Medicine. He received a postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education from University of Wales in Jan 2005.
From July to Sept 04, Prof Harmon was Locum Consultant Anaesthetist at the Mid-Western Regional Hospital Limerick and at Beaumont & Cappagh Orthopaedic Hospitals Dublin.
Pain Medicine – University Hospital Dublin, Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin Dublin, St Vincent’s Hospital Dublin, and Beaumont Hospital Dublin Regional Anaesthesia – UCH Cork, University Hospital Dublin, UCUH Galway
Ultrasound in Anaesthesia – significant clinical experience in diagnostic & interventional ultrasound techniques. Prof Harmon lectures widely on this topic and holds workshops at national & international level. He has written & edited a book & DVD ‘Perioperative Diagnostic & Interventional Ultrasound’.
Fellowship in Chronic Pain – Specialist Registrar in Pain Medicine Nov 04 to Oct 05, at the Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery and honorary Lecturer in the University of Liverpool. This is the largest Neurosciences unit in the UK.
Prof Harmon has been part of the Barringtons Hospital team of Consultants since 2009Back to top