The Master of Medicine (Clinical Neurophysiology) will provide you with a sound understanding of the theoretical principles and practical application of all the commonly employed techniques in clinical neurophysiology. You will develop the knowledge and skills to work in diagnostic and perioperative settings.
Clinical neurophysiology is a broad discipline, encompassing diagnostic services for patients presenting with neurological dysfunction, systemic diseases and critical illnesses, through to the provision of intraoperative monitoring of the nervous system during at-risk procedures.
The only postgraduate course of its kind in Australia, this course provides a structured curriculum in neurophysiological monitoring, aiming to enhance learning opportunities and skills taught in the workplace.
In this program you will learn from experienced and expert anaesthetists, neurologists and neurophysiology scientists from Australia and overseas.
Primarily taught online, your studies will be supplemented by intensive face-to-face teaching sessions which include practical experience in simulated diagnostic and perioperative settings.
Who should study this course?
Designed for practising and trainee anaesthetists and neurologists, this course will provide you with a structured educational program to complement your workplace experience.
Individual units of study in this course may also be of interest to students enrolled in critical care coursework, or practitioners who do not wish to enrol in a degree but would like to complete a unit for continuing professional development.