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The multiple optional modules provide students with the flexibility of either working in their own speciality or opting for a speciality based on market demand, studying either full-time or part-time.
Those working in physiotherapy, rheumatology, orthopaedics, pain therapists and rehabilitation fields might wish to focus on musculoskeletal modules; GPs, acute physicians and emergency medicine trainees might select PoCUS modules. We also offer general, abdominal and vascular modules.
The course is taught by highly experienced clinicians in the UCLan School of Medicine’s state-of-the-art facilities, using the latest equipment and phantoms. Great emphasis is placed on students acquiring sound understanding of the physics underpinning ultrasound and on gaining excellent clinical skills. An
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MBBS, MBChB or MD qualification.
A degree in an allied health subject.
An appropriate professional qualification such as a Diploma of the College of Radiographers; Diploma in Nursing, Diploma in Midwifery may be accepted, subject to successfully demonstrating the required academic level by completing pre-course assignment and or interview.
Relevant professional qualification for example in Anatomy, Physiotherapy, Sports Rehabilitation and Physician Associate Practice.
At the University of Central Lancashire, UCLan, our postgraduate programmes and research opportunities are underpinned by world-leading research, innovative approaches and real-world experience. Based in the heart of North West England, with excellent transport links, we offer state-of-the-art facilities and a friendly and supportive environment.Read more
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