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MSC Autumn update

12 / 9 / 2014 8.59am

MSC Autumn update

This eye catching poster brings together the latest developments across Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC). Designed to be printed on A3 it provides you with a helpful resource which you can display in busy areas, helping you and your staff keep track of latest progress.

In this edition, find out the latest on curriculum development, our busy share and learn network, statistics on the uptake of the new coding classifications and the current practitioner training programme review. Download your copy here.

New article from the Academy of Healthcare Science

Janet Monkman, CEO at the Academy for Healthcare Science provides us with insight into the role the Academy plays in providing 'one united voice' for the healthcare science profession. In response to a Health Service Journal article which highlights the pivotal role of scientists, Janet touches on how this sometimes hidden workforce is changing lives through invention, innovation and advances in technology.

Find out how the Academy is raising the profile of the profession, clarifying roles and working to develop an effective register to ensure that all the profession is regulated in this new article

Latest blog from biomedical scientist Sandra Richards

In this latest blog, Sandra shares her frustrations with sunburn and the dangers of going unprotected in the sun. As a biomedical scientist, Sandra knows all too well the dangers, and asks why every year people allow themselves and their loved ones to burn in the sun?

Find out about the importance of sunscreen, and the warning signs to check for and where you can go for further information. Download Sandra's blog.

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