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New possibilities in chemical and life sciences

Innovate and create

Sciences for better living

Experience and learn

Beyond the confines of the classroom

What You'll Study

The course comprises four modules, including a clinical practicum. Students will embark on the programme in Year 1 Semester 2 and complete one module per semester.

Synopses of Modules

Module Hours per week Module Fee
Anatomy & Physiology for Phlebotomist 2 $225
Healthcare Workplace Practices 2 $225
Phlebotomy and Non-blood Specimen Collection 3 $350
Clinical Practicum - $0
Total: 7 $800

Synopses of Modules

Anatomy & Physiology for Phlebotomist

Medical terminology
Human body systems
Cardiovascular system
Blood system

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Healthcare Workplace Practices

The healthcare setting
Specimen handling
Infection control
Quality assurance
Legal, regulatory and accreditation issues

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Phlebotomy and non-blood specimen collection

Blood collection equipment
Venipuncture procedures
Capillary blood collection
Non-blood collection procedures and special collections
Pre-analytical consideration and venipuncture complications

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Clinical Practicum

Clinical procedures in a healthcare setting

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At CLS, students can gain specialised expertise in a wide area of life sciences such as microbiology, animal cell culture and plant tissue culture.