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 in or prior to 2005).

 

Pre-Registration Clinical Measurement Physiology Programmes

The following Higher Education Institution (HEI) programmes have been granted permission to proceed by the Irish Institute of Clinical Measurement Physiology (IICMP).  These programmes were developed to ensure they align with the standards and requirements for educating and training Clinical Measurement Physiologists in Ireland.

 

List of  Programmes:

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

 

Quality Assurance and Assessment

These programmes will undergo a comprehensive assessment at the end of their first cycle to ensure they adhere to the required standards. This evaluation will confirm the programmes’ ability to produce proficient graduates who are ready to practise safely. Programmes that meet these standards will be approved by the IICMP and the Health Service Executive (HSE), granting graduates eligibility to practise as Clinical Measurement Physiologists in Ireland.

Upcoming Assessment: Scheduled for Autumn 2024