Allied Health Professions as a Graduate

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YoosungKim18
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I am in my second year of a Biochemistry degree and am hoping to achieve a 1st or 2:1. I would like to work in healthcare but am unsure what my options are without doing a second undergraduate degree. Are there any postgraduate 'conversion courses' that I could do? Most of the postgraduate degrees I've found are for trained healthcare workers wanting to specialise. Thanks
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You could apply to do Graduate Entry Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Medicine.

You could go onto do a MSc in Physicians Associate, or a clinical MSc such as Clinical Neuroscience.

You could apply to become a Clinical Scientist through the STP (Scientist Training Programme).

There are lots of options if you try narrow down your interests!

For reference - I did a Bachelor of Medical Science undergrad, currently doing a MSc in Translational Neuroscience and planning to do Graduate Entry Medicine.
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