Friday 9 January 2015 at 10am-3pm
Lecture Theatre A, University Place, University of Manchester
Are you interested in the applying for a place on the Scientist Training Programme (STP)?
Do you want to specialise in any of the following areas: Blood Sciences, Cellular Sciences, Clinical Bioinformatics, Clinical Pharmaceutical Science, Neurosensory Sciences, Reconstructive Science or Cardiac, Critical Care, Vascular, Respiratory and Sleep Sciences?
If so, come and find out more about the Masters in Clinical Science programmes offered in Manchester. These programmes form the academic component of the STP.
By attending the event you will discover:
- what the STP is and which academic programmes are offered in Manchester
- how to apply for a place on the STP (with advice from an STP interview panel member)
A current STP trainee from the North West Healthcare Science Trainee Network Board will also talk to you about what you need to know before you apply and provide an insight into what it is like to be an STP trainee.
You will then get the opportunity to meet with our programme teams to discuss more details about the specialisms you are interested in and you also have the option of booking on a tour around a local NHS Trust laboratory or department that is linked to your chosen specialism.
For more information about Healthcare Science Education and Training please visit: http://www.nwhcs.nhs.uk/images/Healthcarescienceexplainingthfacts.pdf