The Colonoscopy programme provides an MSc framework to facilitate study within colonoscopic practice. Within the pathway there are core modules with the remainder shared across the other related pathways. Students may come from a variety of backgrounds which will embrace the provision of and enhance the sharing of knowledge and expertise within an inter-professional framework. The programme of study will provide appropriately qualified and experienced students the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes in which to explore and critically evaluate the theoretical and practical aspects which underpin their chosen specialised field.
The colonoscopy pathway has shared provisions between the Faculty of Health and Social Care and the Post Graduate Medical Institute with the FHSC being the lead faculty.
Extended knowledge will be gained by the student in which to practice within the specialised area. The pathway contains specific modules of study which will provide the student with the necessary extended knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to practice effectively, safely and competently within colonoscopic practice.
The pathway consists of 5 theory modules and 1 practice module related to the practice and provision of Colonoscopy in addition to extended practice within coloproctology.
You can apply until:
Applicants for the MSc Colonoscopy should possess a BSc in a relevant subject and MUST be eligible for registration with the Joint Accreditation Group for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (JAG) and have access to relevant hands on training / experience with suitably qualified supervisors / trainers within a relevant healthcare centre which can provide training whilst at their base institution.
Applicants will also be required to obtain a full health clearance and up to date Criminal Records Bureau check.
It is the responsibility of the STUDENT to provide up to date evidence of a Criminal Records Bureau check within 6 months leading up to commencement of the programme.
Students entering the programme of study must also provide evidence of an up to date Occupational Health Questionnaire to allow them access to hands on practical training during the period of study.
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