As part of the Medical Engineering postgraduate programme provision, the Institute of Medical & Biological Engineering is offering a specialist course on Orthopaedic Biomechanics. The course aims to give delegates an understanding of the necessary fundamentals of biomechanics and how they are applied to solve problems in orthopaedics. The course will integrate the engineering and medical approaches to orthopaedic problems.
The Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (iMBE) is one of the world's top 10 bioengineering research institutes.
The course will be of interest to personnel from academic, health-care and industrial sectors; including researchers and PhD students in the field; orthopaedic surgeons, trainees and practitioners, and in the orthopaedic industry those involved in development, testing, regulation, sales and marketing.
The Leeds Orthopaedic Biomechanics course is part of the Medical Engineering postgraduate provision. This course together with additional teaching and learning activities may be used as credits towards a higher degree such as an MSc or PGDip.
The course venue will be the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Leeds. The University campus is ten minutes by foot from Leeds city centre. Limited car parking is available on the University campus at an approximate cost of £5.00 per day.
Booking for this course should be completed through our secure Online Store.
To complete your booking please click the 'Online Booking' link in the left hand column and follow the instructions.
You will receive an automatic confirmation email within 24 hours of your booking.
ACPA Group members should contact Jenny Carter below for details and registration for the ACPA specific course.
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Jo Robinson / Liz Mylod
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CPD, Conference & Events Unit
Engineering Research & Innovation Service, Faculty of Engineering,
School of Chemical & Process Engineering, Room 347,
University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK.
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