School of Healthcare
Top 10 in the UK for nursing and midwifery
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School of Healthcare
The School of Healthcare’s overall aim is the creation, dissemination and application of knowledge to improve the health and wellbeing of communities, families and individuals by way of innovation in education, research and scholarship.
Head of School Dr Angela Graves, is the lead for simulation-based learning and teaching, and secured Office for Student (OfS) funding to develop simulated/blended learning within our specially designed skills and simulation suite. With a clinical background in nursing and midwifery Angela is a visiting Associate Professor at UNISA Yogyakarta, Indonesia (since 2019). She has recently re-developed the BSc (Hons) Midwifery blended degree programme with successful funding from Health Education England.
World top 50 for nursing and midwifery
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022
'world-leading' or 'internationally excellent'
Submitted research - REF 2021
World top 100 university
QS World Rankings 2022
Equality and Inclusion
The School of Healthcare is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all our staff and students.
The Faculty Equality and Inclusion committee meets termly and works closely with the University Equality Policy Unit to promote the University Equality Objectives.
TV collaboration for audiology expert
Dr Ted Killan has contributed to a new children’s TV series about hearing…More on TV collaboration for audiology expert
Professor Karen Spilsbury announced as NIHR Senior Investigator
Professor Karen Spilsbury at the School of Healthcare, University of Leeds,…More on Professor Karen Spilsbury announced as NIHR Senior Investigator
Iria finds her NICHE with NIHR Career development award
Skills, passion and experience in dementia care leads to research roleMore on Iria finds her NICHE with NIHR Career development award
Pharmacists based in care homes make them safer for residents
Basing specialist pharmacists in care homes can help make residents safer by…More on Pharmacists based in care homes make them safer for residents
Research and innovation
Our research spans a wide range of major healthcare challenges, including long-term illnesses, family health, mental health, the effective use of medicines and the systems that deliver care.
This allows us to deliver real insight into health and social care in order to make a meaningful impact. Explore our research projects and collaborations to discover how we've contributed to improving the quality and safety of care.
“RT @LeedsMedHealth: Duckling alert!!! 🦆👋 Excited to see a gorgeous brood of 12 ducklings on the Roger Stevens pond - @UoL_Sus… t.co/AQR6eiebXD” -
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“RT @HumansofHealthP: In this week's episode Dr Yasmin Kader, Robina Mir, Farhana Mulla, and 2nd year medical student Fatiya Mohamoud dis… t.co/DjIqjFw8O7” -
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“RT @LeedsMedHealth: Congratulations to our brilliant students who have been awarded scholarships in sports including weightlifting, net… t.co/k9HcXxKfvJ” -
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