The National School of Healthcare Science have announced the start of recruitment for direct-entry Higher Specialist Scientific Training posts, with four roles currently available in the West Midlands for a late 2014 start
The Higher Specialist Scientific Training Programme () is a five-year programme that is equivalent to the standards of training undertaken by medical specialist registrars. It has been developed jointly between the Modernising Scientific Careers team, Medical Royal Colleges and scientific professional bodies.
Details of the first four Direct Entry . The first posts are in Genetics, Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Pathology of Acquired Disease at Birmingham Women’s Hospital and University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire. Careers websiteposts, the process and how to apply are now available on the
- See the advert for from the National School for Healthcare Science in 2014
- View the location and number of posts available for 2014 entry (do check back on this link as the availability of posts may change during the recruitment process)
- Read the role descriptor for entry in 2014.
- Find out more with the 2014 FAQs
Details of the 19 are available on the Modernising Scientific Careers curricula across Life Sciences, Physiological Sciences and Physical Sciences and BiomedicalEngineering Network