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computer for health sciences

computer for health sciences

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Health Care & Health Sciences

Health Care & Health Sciences

Careers in the Health Informatics pathway include many different types of positions, from health care administrators to those responsible for managing patient data. Some careers require an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in computer science; however, many of these careers require on-the-job training and/or certification. The next page shows an example of a career within Health Informatics.

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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

This course provides an introduction to the basic principles and applications of biostatistics and epidemiology, as they are applied to problems in clinical and public health settings. Topics cover a wide range from simple descriptive statistics and presentation of data, to principles of hypothesis testing, and an introduction to linear and logistic regression and non-parametrical tests. Lectures, problem sets, and computer output are used to develop these and additional concepts. Furthermore, important epidemiological concepts in evaluation of epidemiological findings such as confounding, effect measure modification, and measures of attribution of disease burden to specific exposures are also presented.
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SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

HS3126 I Radiation Therapy Techniques 2B [75 hours] This module will provide a process whereby learners are informed of the rationale underlying radiotherapy and of its relationship with other cancer treatment modalities especially in the treatment of cancers of the parotid and oesophagus. It will also provide learners with a depth of exposure to the principles and applications of applied Radiation Oncology. The principles and procedures of treatments in Singapore will receive emphasis. Instruction in advanced routine treatment planning will be provided with emphasis on new modalities. A laboratory component will be provided to consolidate comprehension and skill with computer-assisted planning.
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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

This course provides an introduction to the basic principles and applications of biostatistics and epidemiology, as they are applied to problems in clinical and public health settings. Topics cover a wide range from simple descriptive statistics and presentation of data, to principles of hypothesis testing, and an introduction to linear and logistic regression and non-parametrical tests. Lectures, problem sets, and computer output are used to develop these and additional concepts. Furthermore, important epidemiological concepts in evaluation of epidemiological findings such as confounding, effect measure modification, and measures of attribution of disease burden to specific exposures are also presented.
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EXERCISE & HEALTH SCIENCES

EXERCISE & HEALTH SCIENCES

ECU’s Equity, Diversity and Disability (EDD) services support students whose studies may be affected by a medical condition or disability in accessing support and services that can help them succeed. EDD staff can assist with arranging alternative assessment conditions, access to some aids and equipment, note taking, AUSLAN interpreting and transcription services. Every campus has a specially designed Accessible Technologies Room that provides students with access to adjustable chairs and desks, specialised software, computer, scanner and other adaptive technology. All ECU locations have access for people with disabilities, and specific details are provided via ECU’s access and mobility maps at www.ecu.edu.au/about-ecu/our-campuses/campus-maps y Learning Advisers
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ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES

ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES

The Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology provides the academic background and technical skills necessary to enter the health care system as a practising medical laboratory technician. Students will gain educational experiences and knowledge to develop critical thinking, technical and interpersonal skills required to be a successful clinical laboratory scientist. The programme also integrates knowledge gained from general education, health science and clinical laboratory science so that students, as future laboratorians, will exercise good judgment, ethics and appropriate decision-making abilities to serve the needs of the community and the health profession.
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Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Health Sciences

8 Students of dental science or medicine may have the ordinary B.A. degree conferred at the Autumn Commencements following the satisfactory completion of their third year, or at the Commencements at which their professional degree is conferred. The ordinary B.A. degree does not carry a license to practise within the professional disciplines of dental science or medicine. Students of pharmacy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiation therapy, midwifery, nursing, children’s and general nursing, human health and disease or human nutrition and dietetics who have been successful in their Junior Sophister year may be permitted to graduate with the ordinary B.A. degree if they choose not to complete the degree course. Students of pharmacy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiation therapy, midwifery, nursing, children’s and general nursing, human health and disease or human nutrition and dietetics who have been unsuccessful in the examinations of the Senior Sophister year of the B.Sc. degree may nevertheless be allowed the ordinary B.A. degree on their answering in the Senior Sophister examination, provided that a special recommendation to that effect is made by the court of examiners. This provision also applies to students in the final half year of children’s and general nursing. Except by permission of the University Council, on the recommendation of the appropriate executive committee, the ordinary degree of B.A. may be conferred only on candidates who have spent at least three years in the University. The ordinary B.A. degree does not carry a license to practise within any of the professional disciplines of pharmacy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiation therapy, midwifery, nursing, children’s and general nursing or human nutrition and dietetics. Nor does it lead to registration with Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann in the case of midwifery, nursing and children’s and general nursing students.
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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

This course provides the student with the opportunity to learn the physical, psychomotor, and social needs of the well and ill child, from infancy through adolescence. The nursing process serves as a framework for study and application. Emphasis is placed on health promotion, restoration, and maintenance during the stages of child development. Clinical practice is planned to provide students with direct observation of the child and application of nursing care. The clinical setup ranges from primary healthcare setting, to outpatient department, to general unit and critical care areas.
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Computer Sciences Department

Computer Sciences Department

The running time is bounded by that required to answer | Q || Proc | number of IntraQ queries, where Q is the set of states of A pop (same as those of A start ), and | Proc | is the numb[r]

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School of Health Sciences

School of Health Sciences

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Premedical and Health Sciences

Premedical and Health Sciences

The pre-health professions specialization will prepare you for entry into graduate school or professional schools such as physical therapy, medical school, or other health care professions. In addition to your coursework, you will have the opportunity to complete a semester-long field experience within health or fitness facilities, student teach at the elementary and secondary level, gain real-world experience through practicums and volunteer activities, and maybe even study abroad.

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HEALTH SCIENCES. Bachelor of

HEALTH SCIENCES. Bachelor of

This programme provides theoretical and practical training experiences, which will allow students to understand, able to explain and utilise ionising and non-ionising radiation in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. The offering of this programme is expected to assist in fulfilling the national requirements for trained personnel in the medical radiation science disciplines. This programme opens up career opportunities in the field of diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy and medical radiation protection which required knowledge and skills in these areas in order to ensure the safety of the graduates, medical and health professionals, patients and members of the general public. The students are required to complete a total of 124 units for the purpose of graduation. The whole programme consists of 94 units of core courses, 15 units of university courses and 15 units of elective courses.
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COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP

COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP

FALLS CHURCH, Va., December 9, 2015 --Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) and Xchanging Plc. (“Xchanging”) today announced that the boards of each company have agreed to terms of a recommended transaction under which CSC (through a UK subsidiary) would acquire Xchanging at a price of £1.90 per share in cash, implying an equity value of £480 million, or approximately US$720 million. The acquisition is expected to close in the next six months pending receipt of regulatory approvals.

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PhD in Computer Sciences

PhD in Computer Sciences

 Candidate of PhD program must have their research work conducted at Sukkur IBA and the research should be accepted by and published in HEC recognized journals.[r]

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School of Health Sciences

School of Health Sciences

The School of Health Sciences is a community of staff, faculty and students that is committed to a respectful, safe, and protected environment, founded in civility, in which all can work and learn. The School of Health Sciences requires that all members of our community value and recognize the worth of each person. As a community, all members will make every effort to discourage incivility and protect its individual members from all forms of unacceptable interpersonal aggression including, but not limited to, verbal, written, and physical aggression. All members of the School of Health Sciences will strive to maintain an environment that is free from violence, threats of violence, harassment, intimidation, and other disruptive behavior from each other or from outside persons. All incidents will be taken seriously and will be dealt with promptly and appropriately. The School of Health Sciences will take seriously and deal promptly and appropriately with all incidents to ensure a safe and protected environment.
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Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Health Sciences

Dr. Vito Tanzi is a Visiting Assistant Professor of health economics and health ac- counting and finance at the Department of Health Management and Policy at the Faculty of Health Sciences, AUB. He is also the Financial Vice-President of the Ham- moud Hospital University Medical Center. Vito is an Economist/Lawyer with 15 years of international research experience in issues related to health economics and fi- nance, pricing, pharmacoeconomics, outcomes research, reimbursement, and mar- ket access. Prior to founding USA Direct Response, he served at USA Healthcare Sup- plies, Global Healthcare Management LLC, World Bank, Abt Associates, Battelle, Medtap International, Covance, and the George Washington University Medical Cen- ter. Vito holds a PhD in Health Economics from Johns Hopkins University, Law Degree (JD) from Concord University School of Law, and an MPH in International Health Ad- ministration from Boston University. He completed his Undergraduate Degree in Economics from George Washington University.
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College of Health Sciences

College of Health Sciences

*May be taken as a pre-CSD course prior to the junior year. **Half of senior students take CSD 481 during fall semester; the remaining half take course during spring semester. For additional information, visit: w w w . m c . u k y . e d u / c o m m d i s o r d e r s / undergrad.html/ Or contact: Richard Andreatta, Ph.D. CSD Director of Undergraduate Studies 900 S. Limestone Street 120F CTW Building Lexington, KY 40536-0200 richard.andreatta@uky.edu Undergraduate Certificate in Clinical Healthcare Management Successful completion of the certificate in Clinical Healthcare Management will demon- strate that the graduate is prepared to function successfully in a clinical leadership and manage- ment role in a health care institution. The program is useful for any currently enrolled UK student interested in obtaining clinical management skills; in addition, the program is useful for practicing clinical professionals (non-degree-seeking) such as nurses, physicians, dentists, physician assis- tants, physical therapists, respiratory therapists and other interested in enhancing their manage- ment skills. Clinical Health Management Curriculum The Certificate in Clinical Health Management curriculum is as follows: • A minimum of 12 credits of course work taken for a letter grade. • At least 12 credits must be 200 level or above, and a minimum of 6 credits must be at the 300-level or above. • The student must complete a three-credit breadth component. The breadth compo- nent requires that a student take courses in at least two disciplines, with a minimum of three credits to be completed in a second discipline. • Student must earn a C or better in each required certificate course to receive the certificate. • Certificates will only be awarded to stu- dents who successfully complete a de- gree, or have completed a four-year de- gree. • No more than nine credits taken for a certificate can be used to satisfy the re- quirements for the student’s bachelor’s degree, a minor, or another certificate, exclusive of free or unrestricted electives. Curriculum for Currently Enrolled Students The undergraduate certificate in clinical health management is comprised of four three-hour courses: CLM 241 Health and Medical Care Delivery Systems .......................................................... 3
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College of Health Sciences

College of Health Sciences

Today health science professionals are assum- ing greatly expanded and increasingly complex duties and responsibilities as essential members of the health care team. They work in a variety of delivery settings and have key responsibilities for the care and health of patients, clients, and communities. The UK College of Health Sci- ences, established in 1966, was among the first colleges to offer programs for students interested in these rapidly developing health professions. The college strives continually to revise its offer- ings in keeping with society’s evolving expecta- tions and health care needs.
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Health Sciences Degrees

Health Sciences Degrees

DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC MEDICINE are involved in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system and the effects these disorders have on general health. Chiropractors use manual manipulation of joints and soft tissues to improve patient function and overall health. This concentration is designed for transfer to the New York Chiropractic College. Admission to NYCC requires a total of 90 credits. The 90 credits must include the Core Course Entrance Requirement credits from the 64 credits listed below, the remaining 26 credits may be obtained at CCC or another academic institution. NYCC typically will accept the 26 remaining credits from a wide range of courses. The Doctor of Chiropractic degree at NYCC requires a minimum of ten 15-week trimesters of full-time resident study, including a clinical internship. Students are admitted to NYCC on a Fall rotation.
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