Molecular Pathology of Infection (2017)

Modules

Code Title #
HLS211 Clinical presentation and management of infection View
HLS310 Core Molecular Techniques and Technologies View
HLS311 Health and safety in laboratory practice View
Code Title #
HCC320 Developing independent professional practice View
HCC322 Training and education View
HCC323 Leadership and management View
HLS254 Presentation and Management of Bone and Joint infections View
HLS255 Presentation and Management of Cardiovascular Infections View
HLS256 Molecular Pathology of Infection Presentation and Management of Infections in Immune Compromised Patients View
HLS257 Presentation and Management of Infections in Neonates and Children View
HLS258 Presentation and Management of Infections in Pregnancy View
HLS259 Presentation and Management of Ophthalmic Infections View
HLS260 Presentation and Management of Urinary Tract Infections View
HLS261 Laboratory Techniques choice of test and interpretation View
HLS262 Specialist Clinical Skills Presentation and Management of CNS Infections View
HLS264 Presentation and Management of Respiratory Tract Infections including infections of the ear, nose and throat View
HLS265 Presentation and Management of Skin and Soft Tissue View
HLS266 Public Health and Epidemiology View
HLS267 Presentation and Management of Gastrointestinal Infections View
HLS268 Specialist Clinical Skills Presentation and Management of Intra Abdominal Infections View
HLS269 Hospital Infection Control View
HLS270 Application of next generation sequencing or Whole Genome Sequencing WGS in Clinical Management, Infection Control and Public Health View
HLS271 Techniques used in the application of H and I Services View
HLS272 Immunodeficiency View
HLS273 Pathology of Infection Research, Development and Innovation View
HLS320 Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation HSCT View
HLS336 HLA associations and Immunological Diseases View
HLS339 Immunogenetics and the Major Histocompatibility Complex View

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