On Thursday 10th January, the Manchester Academy of Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE) welcomed over 40 trainees, academic and workplace supervisors from Cohorts 1 and 2 of HSST to a day of workshops and sessions.
The Topol Review Interim Report explores how to prepare the healthcare workforce, through education and training, to deliver the digital future.
If you or someone you know is thinking about returning to healthcare science, you can find more information about the RtP programme on HEE’s website.
Are you studying or taking an interest in clinical engineering? Keele University will be hosting a one-day seminar on The Future of Clinical Engineering on Tuesday 5th June.
If you are an HSST trainee interested in enhancing your leadership skills whilst engaging in scientific research, then apply to the KTP programme before applications close on 15 April.
Applications for their 2018/19 Fellowship Programme and are looking to develop four women who have the potential to make a positive impact on the world of healthcare science in their current and future roles.
Participants will reflect and build on their own professional development in numerous aspects of educational leadership including the principles of inspiring work-based learning and empowering colleagues to improve their own skills and knowledge.
To apply to join the register you must be a practising Clinical Physiologist, from a recognised education programme.
Ideal for anyone interested to learn more about the process of whole genome sequencing, the course was developed for healthcare professionals and students with some scientific understanding but little direct experience of sequencing.