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Could you apply your Scientific skills to patient care?

Healthcare Scientists work across ~50 different specialisms within the NHS, contributing to 80% of clinical diagnoses. Graduates from Health and Sport Science degrees hold a foundation of knowledge which could be applied to a career in Healthcare Science.

Physiological Science includes a variety of specialisms such as: Cardiac, Respiratory, Sleep Science, Vascular, Perfusion, Audiology and Critical care. Scientists working in these specialisms investigate the functioning of organ/body systems to diagnose abnormalities and provide treatment to restore health and quality of life.

If you would like to contribute to the prevention of disease and restoration of health within our growing population, a career in Healthcare Science could be for you!

Join the East of England HCS Training Team on Thursday 26th January 2023 to find out how you could start your career as a Healthcare Scientist in the NHS.

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Jayson Short • 17/01/2023


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