The School of Health Sciences provides a stimulating learning experience, motivating and inspiring students to become critical thinkers and high-quality professionals who consider the public's health and wellbeing a priority.
Search our courses to find out about becoming a nurse, midwife, occupational therapist, physiotherapist or podiatrist, or see our continuing professional development offering below if you are already a qualified health professional. We offer postgraduate courses, single modules and study skills sessions.
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We offer a wide variety of opportunities for health professionals who wish to develop their professional practice and academic careers, including postgraduate courses, single modules and study skills sessions.
The third edition of this journal has recently been published by researchers from the centre for health research.
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We develop mentors and practice placement educators who can confidently shape and manage learners' practice experiences.
We are committed to the common values of the NHS constitution where patients come first in everything the NHS does. These values include respect and dignity, compassion and working together for patients. The work of our service user and carer involvement strategy group helps students understand the patient experience, what it is like to be a patient or client receiving health and social care, and how this affects family and friends who may also be giving some of that care.
We were privileged to welcome Michael Rosen, children’s author and poet, to a virtual talk with our students.
Recent graduate and critical care nurse, Kat Evangelista-Lair, was invited to take part in this year’s British Association of Critical Care Nurses (BACCN) conference.
There’s still time to start your masters degree with us this academic year as a selection of our degrees are available to start in February 2021.
A study by the University of Brighton and Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) has found that more needs to be done to prevent vitamin D deficiency in care home residents, as the public is reminded to take the supplement this winter.
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