Sorry, we couldn't find any courses that match your search. Try searching for something else.
search results for
Your search term has returned 0 results
On 16 November 2017, Her Majesty The Queen performed the Opening Ceremony of the Allam Medical Building, the heart of the University of Hull’s £28-million health campus.
Our students, graduates and staff make a vital contribution to the improving the health of people in the region and beyond, and this investment enables us to extend our impact through the delivery of pioneering teaching and research.
The Allam Medical Building achieved success in the Buildings That Inspire category in The Guardian’s University Awards 2018.
It is home to the Faculty of Health Sciences, which includes the Hull York Medical School; the Department of Biomedical Sciences; the Department of Psychology, the Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Science; the Department of Midwifery and Child Health; the Department of Nursing; the Department of Paramedical, Perioperative and Advanced Practice; and the Department of Psychological Health, Wellbeing and Social Work.
We have courses available in a range of health-related subjects, including:
Addressing the shortage of doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers, we play a pivotal role in developing students who shape the region’s healthcare workforce.
Boasting a simulated operating theatre, hospital ward and intensive care unit, the Allam Medical Building allows students to train in a real life setting from the start – giving them the skills and confidence to easily transition into a clinical setting.
Explore our virtual tour
Investment in the health campus is increasing the University’s capacity to deliver life-changing research and is attracting academic expertise from across the UK and further afield.
To discuss opportunities to work together on research projects email email@example.com.
Here’s just a flavour of the life-changing work being carried out.
A £5-million research programme in partnership with Yorkshire Cancer Research to tackle cancer inequalities in the region.
Pioneering work by the Wolfson Centre for Palliative Care Research, designed to help people with life-limiting illnesses live as well as they can, and, when the time comes, give them courage and control of their symptoms.
A new Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research, which will bring health professionals together to collaborate on a range of research methods and fields including trials, epidemiology and health economics.
We’re helping pregnant women and new mums access a radically different service to diagnose mental health issues and access better care.
The best way to see if the University of Hull is right for you is to come and visit us. We hold Visit Days throughout the year. Book your place now - we'd love to meet you!
Book your place on an Open Day
Browser does not support script.