Joint statement by IPEM and the National School of Healthcare Science: Imaging with non-ionising radiation speciality
After a lengthy consultation regarding the best route forward for our Scientist Training Programme Specialty 'Imaging with Non-ionising Radiation' we have jointly issued a statement with IPEM detailing the outcome. You can read this below.
We are offering all trainees an opportunity to present on their role as a Healthcare Scientist. This gives you an opportunity to fulfil STP professional practice competencies or meet HSST Standards of Proficiency.
The Scientist Training Programme Curriculum Content Review Project began in 2019. To help our stakeholders keep up to date with the progress we have created a visual and interactive tracker. Through the tracker, you will be able to see how each specialty curriculum is progressing via the milestone completion boxes and by clicking on a specialty, you can see more detailed information such as relevant updates or any call to actions.
With the Curriculum Review under way, we are now in need of Lead Editors for Clinical Bioinformatics to work with us to review and update the existing Clinical Bioinformatics STP curricula.
The deadline to express an interest as Lead Editor in our STP Curriculum Review for our specialties within Medical Physics has been extended until Sunday 19th May.
In 2018, the National School published the outcomes and recommendations of its comprehensive STP Improvement Review, to which over 1,000 respondents from the Healthcare Science community contributed.
The National School of Healthcare Science is delighted to announce that we are now recruiting for Specialty Lead Editors for the Scientist Training Programme (STP) Curriculum Content Review Project.
For my elective, I chose to look at how science is communicated to the general public through the media and what the role of a clinical scientist could be in this.