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As a clinical engineer, you will apply scientific and engineering principles to assist medical professionals to develop advanced health care technology. You will work with physicians, doctors, nurses, therapists and technicians to create ground-breaking medical assistance, e.g. through artificial organs, skin and limbs.

What does a Clinical engineer do?
The job will include:

- Researching biomedical problems at microscopic level to develop an understanding of disease processes
- Researching biomaterials suitable for the human body, e.g. artificial pacemakers, hips and kidneys
- Applying classical mechanics to biological or medical dilemmas to develop life-changing devices, e.g. artificial heart and artificial joint replacements
- Designing and developing prosthetics and assistive technology
- Applying engineering methods to understand the function of bones, joints and muscles
- Reviewing, developing and changing medical equipment when necessary
What skills and interests should an Clinical engineer have?
As a clinical engineer you will need to have the ability to build rapport and empathy with patients.
What hours does a Clinical engineer typically do?
Your working week is likely to be 35-40 hours, which will be spread out over a seven-day week.
What environment is a Clinical engineer based in?
Medical developers and manufacturers, government bodies, hospitals, private consultants or research centres.
How much does a Clinical engineer get paid?
Graduate salary is around £30,000, which can increase to £53,500+ with experience.
What qualifications does a Clinical engineer need?
Specific training in clinical engineering is required for this role. After your degree, you can apply for the NHS's Scientist Training Programme (STP).
Useful subjects to study at school & university
Applied science
Medical science
Medical, biomedical, electrical, electronic or mechanical engineering

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