Part time Bachelors in Health Care in South Africa 2020
Part time Bachelor in Health Care in South Africa
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Applicants must pass both the fitness assessment, phobia evaluation and the medical examination in order to gain entry into Emergency Medical Care degree.
The programme offers the student an opportunity to learn advanced radiotherapy and oncology procedures and techniques, as well as management and research methodology skills.
The coursework for the BTech in Somatology comprises Reflexology (specialised massage techniques), Research Methodology, Camouflage Therapy, Somatechniques, Permanent Make-up, ...
The coursework for the BTech Biomedical Technology comprises Integrated Pathophysiology IV, Molecular Biology IV, Laboratory Management, and Research Methods.
The programme is designed to build onto knowledge already acquired at Diploma level and will equip the student with knowledge in advanced radiographic procedures. Management a ...
Optometrists examine eyes for vision problems, diseases and other abnormal conditions and then prescribe lenses and/or treatment, if necessary
Nurses are responsible for determining the needs of patients and planning a nursing care plan for each appointment.
The course content for the Honours programme comprises Research Methodology, Biokinetics Practice, Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, Chronic Exercise, Clinical Exercise Science Cond ...
The course content for the Honours programme comprises Research Methodology, Sport Science Practice, Exercise Science Sport Vision, Sport Psychology and Exercise Physiology.
The course content of the Honours programme comprises of Research Methodology, Sport Science, Practice, Exercise Science Sport Vision, Sport Psychology and Exercise Physiology ...
Podiatrists advise on and treat foot and lower-limb disorders