Newcastle - Institute for Ageing

Ageing is one of Newcastle University's three Societal Challenge Themes. It is an extension of more than 20 years of ageing research in the city, which has positioned us amongst a handful of global leaders in the field. Under the umbrella of the Newcastle University Institute for Ageing, we have a significant number of academics, clinicians and researchers working on all aspects of ageing; from medical, biological and cellular, to psychosocial, economic and environmental.

Swansea - University of Swansea

Swansea University's Medical School is a centre of excellence in world-class teaching and research.

Located in the heart of the Swansea University Campus, the Medical School delivers a comprehensive portfolio of programmes spanning medicine, health, life science and chemistry, from undergraduate and postgraduate dgrees to professional graduate training and research.

We also work closely with our NHS partners in achieving excellence in  teaching, research and clinical service.

London - South Bank University

The School of Health and Social Care comprises five leading-edge subject areas: Adult Nursing and Midwifery, Allied Health Sciences, Children’s Nursing, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, and Primary and Social Care, as well our Institute of Vocational Learning which supports career development for working professionals. You can choose from a wide range of accredited courses, which will prepare you for a variety of careers in health and social care.

Keele - Keele University Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences B

91% of Keele’s research in Primary Care has been judged world leading or internationally excellent by the Public Health, Health Services Research, and Primary Care assessment panel of the 2014 Universities UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF).  On the basis of World Leading or Internationally Excellent research (3* and 4*), Keele is ranked 3rd nationally.

Manchester - Centre for Primary Care

Primary care research and postgraduate teaching in Manchester covers a broad range of policy and practice themes relevant to primary care and the NHS. The group is a large and lively complement of multi-disciplinary researchers interested in researching a wide range of topics relevant to primary care and policy.

Our eclectic and broad view of what primary care is has helped shape the strategic focus of our long-term research, which is characterised by a blend of contributions from a wide range of disciplines. These include: