Short Course in Lower GI Physiology 2014
Tuesday, 26 November 2013 11:16
- Three day attendance based course designed to fulfil Professional Body requirements.
- A University of Newcastle Certification of Achievement (10 credits) will be awarded to those opting to undertake assessments. The course can be taken as 'attendance only' for those wishing to assess teaching without assessment.
- Please note the examination will take place in December in attendance at Newcastle University.
- Designed for Trainee Clinical Scientists, Doctors, Clinical Nurse Specialists and qualified in-service practitioners who are seeking professional updating and upgrading.
- Developed in collaboration with members of the Association of Gastro-Intestinal Physiologists of the British Society of Gastroenterology (AGIP) as an AGIP Professional Body examination.
- The course will be studied alongside Healthcare Scientists studying for the Health Education England accredited MSc in Clinical Sciences (Physiological Sciences: GI Physiology & Urodynamics) award from Newcastle University.
2013/14 teaching dates: 24th, 25th and 26th February.
Venue: Northern General Hospital - Sheffield.
- Further information [ 230 kb ]
Modernising Scientific Careers the UK Way Forward
Thursday, 04 March 2010 14:56
Modernising Scientific Careers the UK Way Forward was published 26/02/2010. It will be accompanied by the Ipsos MORI independent analysis of consultation responses.
The document can be found at:
Regulation of Clinical Physiologists
Monday, 13 July 2009 07:27
Department of Health Statement on the Regulation of Clinical Physiologists
The final version of the joint statement by the four UK Health Departments on the regulation of clinical physiologists has now been published.
This statement is available below in PDF format:
DH Document [ 54 Kb ]
A link to this statement can be found on the Chief Scientific Officer's webpage:
NHS Employers, the Department of Health (DH) and the Registration Council for Clinical Physiology (RCCP) has issued a joint statement which outlines an interim solution for employers on the issue of regulation of clinical physiologists: