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About Clinical Physiology
Masters degrees in Clinical Physiology give postgraduates the chance to undertake advanced study of the human body’s physiological systems and techniques for measuring their normal and abnormal function. They also investigate how these systems can be utilised in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases (such as stem cell therapy).
Related subjects include Clinical Exercise Physiology and Human & Applied Physiology. Entry requirements normally involve an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Sport Science, Biology or Medicine.
Applied Physiology explores a whole range of systems, functions and behaviours of the human body within a clinical setting, in order to understand a variety of diseases and abnormalities, how to diagnose them and how to treat them.
Due to the number of systems within the body, you may choose to specialise in a particular area (respiration, circulation, digestion, excretion, reproduction or neuroscience, for example). You could build your expertise in treatments such as gastric band surgery, developing new treatments for asthma, preventing strokes, or even using stem cells to treat certain cancers.
As well as roles in medicine, you may explore careers in physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation, or research within medical institutes and charities.
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Choose this course developed by world-leading academics in our pioneering School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. Benefit from a small class size - student numbers are capped at 20 for this highly competitive course to give you dedicated access to staff and facilities.
The course involves the detailed study of the physiological consequences of chronic debilitating diseases and highlights the changes that these different diseases cause during exercise testing.
Our Human & Applied Physiology MSc will give you an advanced theoretical and practical understanding of the functioning of the muscular, respiratory and cardiovascular systems, including the effects of extreme environmental conditions on whole-body physiology. This innovative course will put you at the cutting edge of the field alongside internationally renowned experts. .
The certificate is designed to allow choice and foster personal development. Plenty of opportunity will be given to students to develop their skills in anatomy and dissections using human cadaveric specimens.
This course will suit you if you are a sport and exercise graduate, a graduate from a related science or a medical student looking to specialise in the field of exercise physiology.
This course will give you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and expertise, allowing you to pursue a career in a number of allied health roles such as exercise physiologist, physical exercise therapist, respiratory technician and advanced physiotherapist.
If you’re a hands-on health professional with a passion for patient care, our progressive PgCert/PgDip/MSc course in Clinical Practice could give you the opportunity to build on your skills with an entirely clinically-focused curriculum.
Gain an in-depth understanding of the physiological and metabolic effects of exercise and training and develop the practical skills required to meet the specific needs of the client, be it optimal performance or improved health.
If you are looking for a Sport Science Masters degree with inspirational teaching from world-class researchers that will enhance your employability, explore your options at Bangor.
Public health nutrition is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the medium of nutrition. The aim for those working as public health nutritionists is for everyone to achieve greater health and well-being by making healthier food and nutrition-related choices.
Study at the universitys School of Sport and Service Management in Eastbourne and you will benefit from an environment that promotes personal development, diversity and innovation.