Work experience/qualifications for aspiring NHS STP Neurophysiology student?

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I'm currently in my second year of my BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology (predicted upper 2:1/1st) and have some voluntary work in hospitals on drug abuse and addiction wards and placement experience working with EEGs/NCS to help diagnose neurological disorders.

I was wondering what other experience would maybe be beneficial for me? Also, would it be worth doing a masters in neuroimaging research before applying to give me some experience and a better chance of gaining a place on the programme?

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(Original post by pqlamz)
I'm currently in my second year of my BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology (predicted upper 2:1/1st) and have some voluntary work in hospitals on drug abuse and addiction wards and placement experience working with EEGs/NCS to help diagnose neurological disorders.

I was wondering what other experience would maybe be beneficial for me? Also, would it be worth doing a masters in neuroimaging research before applying to give me some experience and a better chance of gaining a place on the programme?

Thanks
Mainly experience in working with the various diagnostic interventions and patients with relevant diseases. I'd apply for both a masters and the STP program and go from there. STP places are difficult to get.
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