City’s new MSc in Clinical Engineering with Healthcare Technology Management responds to the growing use of complex medical devices in hospitals/
The School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences is introducing a new Masters course in September 2010 to address the growing, global need for trained professionals, who can both develop and manage the advanced technologies that healthcare provision is increasingly reliant on. The MSc in Clinical Engineering with Healthcare Technology Management has been developed to provide a specialist Masters qualification for those with responsibility for the complex devices found in hospitals today, and is aimed at both recent graduates and current healthcare professionals. It will cover areas such as Anatomy and Physiology, Biomedical Instrumentation, Cardiovascular Diagnostics and Therapy, and Imaging. Read full text here.