Health Computing

Module code: CO3109

This module examines the different practices that typify computing in health and life sciences. Students will analyse the relative advantages and disadvantages among several examples of health computing and explain how an innovative system or process might be developed and implemented. They will then be able to predict the contribution of creative computing to future health and life sciences. The module includes technical demonstrations and supervised investigations into selected health and life sciences.

Learning

  • 9 hours of lectures
  • 6 hours of seminars
  • 12 hours of demonstrations
  • 123 hours of guided independent study

Assessment

  • Essay (50%)
  • Seminar presentation (50%)