The four departments within the Medical School
UTS is a public university of technology defined by our support for the economic, social and cultural prosperity of our communities. We are measured by the success of our students, staff and partners and committed to research, innovation and the dissemination of knowledge of public value. We are, and always will be, an inclusive university.
The Institute’s research strengths lie in applied health research and underpinning methodological work. Its focuses on research that reflects the needs of patients and of health service providers, based on partnership with the NHS and other public bodies and a strong commitment to public involvement.
The Director of the Institute of Health Research is Stuart Logan, Cerebra Professor of Paediatric Epidemiology.
Pharmacy teaching at the University of Bradford dates back to 1927. In January 2018, we became the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences after the Institute of Cancer Therapeutics and Clinical Sciences joined Bradford School of Pharmacy.
We have an outstanding reputation in research and education (2017), including educational innovation. Our Team Based Learning has been recognised through the Collaborative Award in Teaching Excellence and we are in the world top 250 departments of Pharmacy & Phamacology in the QS World University Rankings (2017).
Institute for Social Medicine, Occupational Health and Public Health
Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care
To promote quality health care and family medicine through undergraduate and postgraduate education, collaboration, research and innovative clinical services.
To be leaders in academic Family Medicine and primary health care, and to have an influence on health care policy, medical education and clinical research nationally and internationally.
We are working in partnership with Keele University School of Medicine to implement our new medical curriculum. Our spiral curriculum will enable you to build on your learning year-on-year, adding increased complexity to clinical problems introduced in year one.
Professor Scott Wilkes, Head of School of Medicine and Professor of General Practice and Primary Care
A modern, ambitious university, the University of South Wales makes a real difference to the lives of students, staff and the communities which surround us. With campuses in Cardiff, Newport, Pontypridd and Dubai, the University is renowned for its partnerships with major employers.