Neuro physiologists use computer, electrical, magnetic and electronic means of investigating and recording function of the brain, spinal cord, spinal roots, peripheral nerves and muscle which inform the diagnosis and monitoring of neurological disorders.
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If you are studying science and are considering career options in healthcare and professions allied to heatlh a work experience placement in this area may be valuable.
Although opportunities for work placements are limited due to the work pressures within the department, applications are welcomed and considered on a case by case basis from students seriously considering a career in Neurophysiology.
A typical work placement would consist of a day visiting the department shadowing staff when performing investigations and visiting patients on our in and out patient departments. The day is designed to provide a brief overview of the profession and an opportunity to meet staff.
If you are considering an application please first discuss your interest with the school careers / work experience adviser or Head of Year and then email a CV and covering letter (addressed to Lucy Blandford) detailing the benefits of work experience in neurophysiology to Lifelong.LearningTeam@glos.nhs.uk.
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