Advances in medical technology have revolutionised the way in which we monitor and diagnose conditions. We are living longer, healthier lives than ever before — but innovation is needed to remain on this trajectory.
"My favourite part of studying at Swinburne was the active-learning environment. I was able to apply my theoretical and practical skills while completing my placement as a trainee scientist in respiratory medicine at The Royal Melbourne Hospital. This experience has already proven invaluable."
Emre , Studying Clinical Technologies
The Clinical Technologies major within the Bachelor of Health Science is endorsed by the Association of Neurophysiology Scientists of Australia (ANSA).
ANSA is a national, professional association established to meet the needs of individuals employed as neurophysiological scientists and technologists in hospitals and private practice across Australia.
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