Given the complexity and budgetary constraints of modern healthcare, there is a clear need to provide modern knowledge-driven infrastructure to support the healthcare sector. This programme will provide healthcare professionals with the opportunity to develop their understanding of the field of ICT and its application to improving healthcare.
For example wearable devices and apps that monitor exercise, sleep patterns, etc., are becoming increasingly common. They help people monitor and adjust their lifestyle choices. The data gathered also provides medical professionals with early warnings and often life-saving information. This is just one of many used for digital healthcare technologies in both practise and research.
- Full Time
-An Honours Degree in Health Sciences, Allied Healthcare or Medicine with first or second-class honours or an equivalent qualification.
-Candidates who do not have an Honours degree but have significant relevant experience may also be eligible for consideration via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
-Have equivalent international qualifications to those outlined above.
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- 2 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning