The School of Health and Wellbeing is committed to
enhancing the quality of health and social care delivered to the
people of the West Midlands, through its health and social
care courses and research.
We offer degree courses at undergraduate level and
postgraduate level in a range of health and social care
subjects. Our foundation level courses may allow you
to progress onto degree study, including our new Health
and Wellbeing (Learning Education and Progression) course
which is ideal if you do not meet the entry requirements for a
health and social care degree course.
Find out more about our health and social care subject
Lifelong learning and Continuing
Professional Development (CPD) are an essential
requirement for all professionals working in health and social
care. Find out more about our
courses or come to one of our open
Research and development are viewed as an integral part of the
School of Health and Wellbeing's activities, underpinning
learning and teaching within subject areas, ensuring the
evidence–base for effective healthcare practice. Visit
our Centre for Health and Social Care
Improvement (CHSCI) for more information.
Contributing to the health and social care education and
practice development within the wider School of Health and
Wellbeing is an important aspect of the work in CHSCI. Therefore is
it imperative that the centre's focus on encouraging
interprofessional collaboration begins directly with our highly
qualified academic staff. In order to facilitate this each subject
area within the school has a dedicated research link.
The School of Health and Wellbeing offers a specialist
team ready to engage with partners across the Health and Social
Care sector to facilitate any aspect of service evaluation
and development. For more information please visit our
The School is delighted to announce its exciting new Public Lecture programme for 2013. For more
information on the series please see our programme.
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