Health Sciences

Come visit us at our School of Health Sciences ‘Open Days’ in July

The School of Health Sciences teach a number of health courses over our two sites based in Falmer, Brighton and in Eastbourne. If you are thinking about studying with us, why not visit us to find out more to: find out all about your interested subject area talk to staff and the students who currently come here see the campus…

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Annual Green Week

Next week is the university’s annual Green Week, and there are lots of events and initiatives to get involved with across all campuses.  See the full calendar of events here. There are c-change roadshows in Hasting (Monday), Falmer (Thursday) and Eastbourne (Friday); the c-change team would like to encourage you to go along, say hi,…

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New website for Eastbourne Prostate Cancer Support Group

Thanks to the expertise of senior lecturer SIMON WHIFFIN, an Eastbourne Prostate Cancer Support Group now has a new website to enhance its digital engagement.

Staff and students make a big impression at IFOMPT conference 2016, Glasgow

Staff and students of the School of Health Sciences were well represented at this 4 yearly conference of international musculoskeletal Physiotherapists. DR COLETTE RIDEHALGH presented work from her collaboration with DR ANNINA SCHMID from the University of Oxford on small diameter nerve fibre testing earning her runner up prize for the best rapid 5 presentation. DR CLAIR HEBRON presented…

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Green impact – gold award

Green Impact is an environmental accreditation scheme from the National Union of Students and a Falmer based team within the School of Health Sciences have participated for 3 years now. Initially, the bronze criteria was achieved, last year the Silver award and this year the Falmer team was given the Green Impact Gold! There were…

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RCN Congress

Ten 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Nursing BSC(Hons)  students  from child and adult fields attended the RCN Congress this year. Feedback from student representative “I know they all enjoyed the experience, subsequently their passion for nursing is stronger than ever.“

Staff successes

Sarah mead, senior lecturer in occupational therapy, received her HEA Fellowship. Her application received a “commendable” notation! Congratulations to Sarah. Congratulations also go to Hazel Horobin, senior lecturer in physiotherapy, whose EdD thesis has been approved for her work entitled:  ‘The Meeting of Cultured Worlds: Professional Identification in Indian Postgraduate Physiotherapy Students’. We look forward…

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