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MONITORISED CLINICAL TRAINING

SAERA remains open and committed to providing the best education available despite challenges posed by the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  We will continue to be accessible to students and prospective students as usual.

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Convenience and Flexibility

The material is always accessible online, so you make your own schedule for completing the requirements of the course​

Close relationship between our instructors and students

You have a direct pipeline to the instructor via e-mail ​

Professional customer service

You will have support through various channels such as email, social networks or whatsapp​

Continue in your profession

Online learning enable students to keep working while also pursuing academic credentials ​

Learn from a diverse group of instructors and students

You can learn from fellow students as well as instructors in an online environment

Student enrichment

You can study in any environment you choose and review your course material when you’re in the right frame of mind

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MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS

Students are supported by asynchronous discussion with e-tutors – all leading clinicians in their field.

VISIT OUR ONLINE SHOP

You will find all our Online Programmes and a wide selection of high quality specialized books, available in any quantity.
 
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SAERA BLOG

Is a Definitive Diagnosis of Cervical Vertigo Possible in 2020? A Narrative Review and a Proposed Diagnostic Algorithm.
Articles Blog Master's Thesis Neuroscience

Is a Definitive Diagnosis of Cervical Vertigo Possible in 2020? A Narrative Review and a Proposed Diagnostic Algorithm.

Jianli Jan Wu reviews the current literature about the diagnosis of Cervicogenic Vertigo and proposes a new diagnostic algorithm.
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War and Peace of Neuroscience. Dehumanisation in Warfare
Articles Blog Neuroscience

War and Peace of Neuroscience. Dehumanisation in Warfare

How brain plasticity can be used to modify the emotional response of soldiers in warfare and its collateral damage in veterans.
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A Retrospective Study on keratoconus patients living in the central division, Fiji, 2015 – 2019.
Articles Blog Master's Thesis Optometry

A Retrospective Study on keratoconus patients living in the central division, Fiji, 2015 – 2019.

This retrospective study aims to describe the severity of Keratoconus in patients living in the central division of Fiji.
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