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Biomedical Engineering Research, Design and Practice

When you'll study it
Semester 2
CATS points
ECTS points
Level 5
Module lead
Charles Burson-Thomas
Academic year

Module overview

Medical Engineering (or Biomedical Engineering) is informed by and contributes to research in physiology, healthcare and engineering and the physical sciences. Creativity and decision making based on research and user needs is then required in the design and development of devices and systems and their effective operation. These activities should be guided by professional practice, in accordance with professional and research ethics and within the regulatory frameworks to ensure robust, cost-effective, safe and sustainable outcomes. This module aims to guide you in developing your understanding, knowledge and skills for these activities.