You are expected to have at least one year’s laboratory experience, and be in full-time employment in a relevant laboratory. You must also normally have either a BS c Honours degree in a relevant subject, or an IBMS Fellowship or Primary Examination of the IBMS , or Postgraduate Certificate in Biomedical Science, or experience or qualifications deemed suitable by the course team. If your first language is not English you should have an IELTS score of at least 6.5, with the written component at a minimum of 6.5 (or equivalent). During the induction stage of the course, if you do not have English as your first language, you will need to complete Academic English screening and any resulting recommended Academic English support activity.
This course will enable you to develop the critical knowledge and intellectual kills you will need as a clinical chemist working in the routine setting. You will study a range of clinical biochemistry topics integrated to laboratory practice, as well as covering current and new technologies and contemporary issues within the discipline. There is also a particular emphasis in the course on the development of critical analytical skills. The modules are supported by visiting lecturers who are practising biochemists, clinical and research scientists in their field, which ensures that taught material is current and relevant. The course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS).
CURRENT TOPICS IN CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
FLUIDS AND ELECTROLYTES IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
MOLECULAR SCIENCE AND GENETICS
PROJECT A: CRITICAL REVIEW AND DESIGN STUDY
PROJECT B: PROJECT AND REPORT
VOCATIONAL AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
The course is aimed at those looking to further their careers as Clinical Chemists. During the course you will develop a range of transferable skills that will enhance your prospects for employment and research opportunities in the UK and overseas.
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