Trainee Clinical Scientists
Wednesday, 14 January 2015 08:10
Exciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefit.
Salary c. £25, 000 plus location allowance where applicable, 3 year, full time training.
Healthcare Science is one of the most exciting and dynamic areas to work in. Join a unique team who are inspired to apply their exceptional scientific knowledge and skills to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease and the rehabilitation of patients.
Excellent training opportunities are offered within this national postgraduate training programme located in hospitals and health services throughout England and Wales. This is a three year postgraduate programme and successful candidates will be employed by an NHS Trust or other healthcare provider for the duration of their training. Trainees are also enrolled for a fully funded part time vocational master's degree in their chosen specialism.
Posts are due to start in September 2015. To apply and for full information about the opportunities available and details of the qualifications and experience, follow the link http://www.nshcs.org.uk/stp-recruitment.
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: