Postgraduate MEDS Haematology and Transfusion Science 1 (Course ID ) The syllabus is covered in a program of lectures, tutorials, online learning modules and practical exercises designed to facilitate the acquisition of . First published as Tutorials in Postgraduate Haematology © William Heinemann Ltd Reprinted Hematology. [DNLM: 1. Blood. 2. Hematologic Diseases. Results 1 – 20 of 26 Find a Haematology Postgraduate Degree, using the UK’s most comprehensive search engine for postgrads.
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DEGREE REGULATIONS & PROGRAMMES OF STUDY 2017/2018
My employment Services and tools Teaching and student resources Research. News Events Library Maps Contacts. Students writing skills will also be enhanced through the summative assessments a case report or review articlewhich should contain an appropriate review of the literature in their specialist area. Mrs Krislyn Mcwilliams-Biles Tel: Understand the risks associated with transfusion and recognise transfusion associated reactions. Understand and recognise the link between Haematology and systemati disease.
They will guide students to appropriate seminal publications in their speciality and encourage them to present and review recent journal article in a group setting online journal club e. On completion of this ppostgraduate, the student will be able to: Learning resources for this course include the listed prescribed and reference texts and other material referred to in classes. Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.
The syllabus is covered in a program of lectures, tutorials, online learning modules and practical exercises designed to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge essential to postggaduate in the haematology discipline. Advanced Haematology Part A: Deanery of Clinical Sciences: This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to competently undertake haematological investigations.
Effectively communicate scientific and haematological concepts clearly, concisely and logically. Attendance at all tutorial, morphology and wet practical sessions is compulsory and will be monitored. Individual speciality tutors will use increasingly complex clinical case studies to broaden knowledge.
Overview of Learning Resources Learning resources for this course include the listed prescribed and reference texts and other material referred to in classes. Students are expected to spend 12 hours per week on independent study for this course. Research support Research strategy Research integrity and governance Funding my research Managing my research Publishing my research Supervision and research training Research Awards Research contacts. You are expected to read current literature in haematology to extend your knowledge of the topics discussed in this course.
Understand and describe the mechanisms underpinning the development of Haematological malignancies. Learning and Teaching activities Further Info. Advanced Haematology Credit Points: Students will be encouraged to publish these pieces of work where possible.
Haematology Postgraduate Degree (26 courses)
A series of problem solving exercises examine the clinical presentation and laboratory investigation of a range of common blood dyscrasias.
A sound knowledge of the haematology profile of individuals from the general population is required in order to recognise abnormal results.
Course Overview Course Title: On successful completion of this course you should be able to: Competently and safely perform haematological tests on biological specimens in a laboratory environment to become work-ready.
Historically important, controversial, topical and novel papers will be discussed. Services and tools Health, Safety and Wellbeing People management Policies and procedures Student, program and course administration Strategy and governance Services and advice.
Humanities and Social Science. Work effectively as a team member. This course will allow students to develop a deeper level of knowledge and understanding in Haematology, including haematological malignancy and clotting disorders.