Cochlear implants (CI) rely on extensive and sophisticated processing of the audio signal, in order to provide optimal stimulation to the patient. Understanding the underlying principles and concepts of signal processing is essential in order to read and soundly...
Diploma To enable you to heal yourself and others and use Alternative therapies in your life each day to obtain balance in ones life improve your Health & Well-being. With continued use maintain that balance
When it comes to your health, do you provide your...
The MSc / PhD Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture is a unique opportunity for
students to study at a prestigious Chinese medicine university, whilst
remaining predominantly based in the UK.
This pioneering programme combines face-to-face instruction with...
9th– 13th May 2011
Advances in Respiratory Medicine, Professor Margaret Hodson and Dr Nick Simmonds
This annual course is designed for clinicians to learn about the growing edge of respiratory medicine - covering a wide range of topics over...
Approach to Cardiac Autopsy,
Atheroma. Ischaemic Heart Disease
Investigation of cardiac hypertrophy and metabolic diseases
Valvular Heart Disease
The Investigation of Sudden Death
Paediatric cardiac pathology
...and much more.......
27th – 28th June 2011
Anatomy for Electrophysiologists, Professor Yen Ho
This course aims to provide the foundation for understanding the anatomy of the heart and spatial relationships of cardiac structures as viewed by cardiac electrophysiologists....
Aimed at Paediatric Intensive Care trainees and Consultants,
Paediatric Dieticians as well as Advanced Nurse Practitioners and
Nurses working Paediatric Intensive Care, this course features lectures
on key topics from leading clinicians and researchers...
Primary and Secondary CV prevention – what works
and what doesn’t?
The post-angioplasty and myocardial infarction
patient – what GPs should know
Atrial fibrillation management in General Practice –
state of the art current treatment rate versus rhythm
Aims and objectives By the end of the course the attendees should be able to: Feel
an increased confidence in taking a musculoskeletal history and
identify key questions of relevance to ask when assessing a patient Be
able to assess joints for inflammation...
before 24 August 2012 to qualify for the early rate
rheumatologists, rheumatology trainees, GPwSIs physiotherapists and allied
three day course will provide...
before 02 August 2012 to qualify for the early rate
general physicians, GPwSIs and allied health professionals
day course to better familiarise attendees with the...
13 July 2012 to qualify for the early rate Target
general physicians, GPs, pharmacists and allied health professionals
one day course will be a dynamic updating of...
before 20 September 2012 to qualify for the early rateTarget
Medical Trainees, Trainees in rheumatology GPwSIs and Allied Health
day course to educate attendees in the diagnosis...
before 08 October 2012 to qualify for the early rate
rheumatologists, senior rheumatology trainees and clinical geneticists
end of day one clinicians will have...
Aims and Objectives
day course to build on knowledge gained from the Basic Ultrasound Course.
Providing a comprehensive review of regional musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Emphasis is on diagnosis and differential diagnosis of musculoskeletal
Aims and objectives:
A one-day meeting providing an overview on pathogenesis,
clinical features and practical management of Raynaud’s phenomenon (RP) and
systemic sclerosis (SSc).
Who should attend?
Rheumatology Consultants, SpRs, Research...
Certificate of Educational Studies Introduction
online course is a way of developing your role by introducing you to
ideas and exercises aimed at helping you enhance your strategic
leadership skills. Leadership skill is developed through experience,...
12 Paediatric First Aid Course This 12 hour Paediatric First Aid course meets the requirements of Ofsted for the Early Years Foundation Stage standards. This course is suitable for Childminders, Nannies and Au Pairs. Course duration: 2 days Dates: Weekend dates...
Advanced Anatomy and Physiology Level 3 Plus a UK Open Learning Diploma.
At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Level 3 NCFE Award certificate of achievement. That means that it is independently accredited at a level of learning equivalent...