IICMP

Approved Qualifications

The following qualifications have been approved by the Irish Institute of Clinical Measurement Physiology as attesting to the standard of proficiency required to practice as a Clinical Measurement Physiologist in Ireland.
Approved entry to practice qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Clinical Measurement Science, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Clinical Measurement Science, Technological University Dublin (TUD)
  • Certificate in Medical Physics and Physiological Measurement (MPPM) from Dublin Institute of Technology ((if qualified prior to 2005).

The IICMP was involved in the development of the programmes listed below. The programmes will be assessed at the end of the first cycle to ensure they meet the criteria for the education and training of Clinical Measurement Physiologists in Ireland and that they have systems in place to consistently and safely produce graduates who meet the standards of proficiency for the profession.

  • Higher Diploma in Clinical Measurement Science, Technological University Dublin (TUD)
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Clinical Measurement Physiology – Atlantic Technological University (ATU)
  • Masters of Science in Clinical Measurement Physiology, Atlantic Technological University (ATU)