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MSc Clinical Science Learning Outcomes, Indicative Content and Work Based Trainee Learning Guides FOR 2012/13 TRAINEES

MSc Clinical Science Learning Outcomes and Indicative Content and Work Based Trainee Learning Guides FOR 2012/13 TRAINEES.

Below you will find links to:

  • The current versions of each of the MSc Clinical Science programmes
  • The 2012/13 Work Based Learning Guides (published October 2012)

If you experience any issues accessing the documents on this page or have queries and feedback relating to the STP programme , please contact msc.hee@nhs.net

LIFE SCIENCES

Infection Sciences Theme (Specialism Clinical Microbiology)

Cellular Sciences Theme (with specialisms in Histopathology, Cytopathology and Reproductive Science

Blood Sciences Theme (with specialisms in Clinical Biochemistry, Haematology and Transfusion Science, Clinical Immunology and Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics)

Genetics Theme (Specialism in Genetics)

Please note.  The MSc Clinical Science programme for Genetics trainees can be found within either the Blood or Cellular Science programmes.

 

 

PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Medical Physics Theme (with specialisms in Radiotherapy Physics, Radiation Safety, Imaging with Non-Ionising Radiation, Imaging with Ionising Radiation)

 

Clinical Engineering Theme (with specialisms in Rehabilitation Engineering, Clinical Measurement and Development, Device Risk Management & Governance)

PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Cardiac, Vascular, Respiratory and Sleep Sciences Theme (with specialisms in Cardiac Science, Vascular Science and Respiratory and Sleep Science)

Gastrointestinal Physiology and Urodynamic Science Theme (with specialisms in Gastrointestinal Physiology and Urodynamic Science)

Neurosensory Sciences theme (with specialisms in Audiology, Neurophysiology, Ophthalmic and Vision Science)