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Healthcare science courses

Learn how to solve complex problems in healthcare science

Want to be a healthcare scientist in the NHS? Our expert tutors will share their experience as you learn the clinical and laboratory skills required to solve real-life problems under pressure.

Middlesex Clearing 2021

Most our courses are now in Clearing. Apply now to secure your place.

Healthcare science at Middlesex

Gain confidence as you’re supported through a hands-on hospital work placement and tailor your study to areas that fascinate you with our unique independent learning module.

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Our Healthcare Science courses at a glance

Industry recognised

Our Healthcare courses are accredited by the National School of Healthcare Science.

Meeting the needs of the sector

Our courses are developed to meet the requirements of the sector and the demands of the Department of Health's Modernising Scientific Careers programme.

Placements and experience

Work placements are available so you can gain professional and practical skills in the workplace. In our Healthcare courses, this is up to 50 weeks in NHS departments.

Healthcare Science facilities

As a cardiac or neurophysiology student, you'll have exclusive access to state-of-the-art medical monitoring equipment.

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  • Healthcare Science courses in the news

Revolutionary lung function technology could provide early detection of respiratory failure in infants

We're leading research into revolutionary wearable lung function technology for infants.  The new technology allows doctors to monitor babies’ lung function without sedation and detect respiratory failure earlier. It's now being trialled in hospitals where it has potential to save millions of infants' lives.

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