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The Regional Medical Physics Department will only accept formal applications for advertised vacancies by post, using the official application form. We do not accept applications sent by e-mail to the Webmaster. We do not wish to receive unsolicited CVs or requests for placements within the Department or in any other healthcare establishment. We do not welcome approaches from third parties. Do not send unsolicited CVs, requests for placements or offers to source staff to the Department or to the Webmaster.
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This site has been designed to meet the recommendations of the UK Disability Rights Commission Report "The Web - Access and Inclusion for Disabled People, A formal investigation conducted by the Disability Rights Commission" published on 14th April 2004.
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The Regional Medical Physics Department (RMPD) is an Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) accredited training centre. We will only accept formal applications for advertised vacancies as Grade A Trainees which includes a full time one year MSc course at Leeds University.
The Department is not a university and does not offer courses to UK or overseas students. We do not wish to receive unsolicited CVs or requests for placements. Do not send unsolicited CVs or attachments to the Department or to the Webmaster.
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