Norwich Medical School

What does it take to work in medicine? We prepare you to become confident, informed and adaptable, with the most advanced knowledge at your fingertips.

We offer experience. Our undergraduate students start clinical placements early in their first year, ensuring they get a solid grounding in practice. We also provide opportunities to explore further and deeper, with postgraduate programmes including Clinical Psychology and Physician Associates, and a range of intercalated degrees and professional development courses.

We offer support. We train our students in essential skills such as problem-solving and communication, and pair them with personal advisers to support them.

We offer knowledge. With over £60 million worth of ongoing research, we are expanding the world's understanding of ageing, public health, and cardiometabolic and gut health. 

 

 

MSc

Principles of Regional Anaesthesia

As a student on this course, you’ll take part in fully-online, tutor-mediated discussions, centered around realistic cases, within our VLE. This innovative...

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MSc

Physician Associate Studies

Train for a Master’s in Physician Associate Studies and you’ll be set for a career as a versatile, dynamic healthcare professional. You’ll play a vital role in...

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MSc

Health Economics

How can we increase effectiveness and efficiency? What is the monetary impact of smoking on the healthcare system? What value should we place on this drug or...

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MS

Principles of Breast Oncoplastic

Delivered entirely online, our course is designed to provide surgeons the world-over with access to high-quality education in oncoplastic breast surgery. Using...

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MRes

Clinical Science

Clinical Science research underpins every aspect of modern medicine. Clinical research and practice operate as quite separate entities, but it is now widely...

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MClinEd

Clinical Education

Studying for a Master’s in Clinical Education at UEA will set you apart as a leader and educator in your field. Designed for health and social care...

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MBBS

Medicine with a Gateway Year

Walk out into the world as a highly competent, empathic and confident doctor, with a course that gives you hands-on experience and rigorous training in modern...

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MBBS

Medicine

Studying Medicine at Norwich Medical School means that you will join an exceptional group of medical students studying in a thriving student-centred learning...

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ClinPsyD

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Our Vision and Goals

At the end of training, UEA clinical psychology trainees should be able to draw on a broad range of psychological models,...

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Research

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  News
28 Jul 2021

How relaxing Covid-19 restrictions could pave the way for vaccine resistance

Relaxing Covid-19 restrictions could pave the way for new vaccine-resistant virus mutations – according to researchers at the University of East Anglia and the...

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28 Jul 2021

UEA scientists to uncover infections that could cause aggressive prostate cancer

Researchers from the University of East Anglia are investigating whether certain infections could trigger the development of aggressive prostate cancer – thanks...

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23 Jul 2021

UEA part of £2.5 million study on links between overlapping long-term health conditions

The links between different long-term health conditions will be explored in new research funded with a £2.5 million grant from the Medical Research Council.

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02 Jul 2021

People living with obesity ‘struggling with their weight in silence’

People living with obesity in the UK take an average of nine years to speak to a doctor about their weight struggles - according to new research involving the...

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01 Jul 2021

How healthcare professionals are failing smell loss patients

People who have lost their sense of smell are being failed by healthcare professionals according to new research from the University of East Anglia, Newcastle...

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28 Jun 2021

Starter vape packs to be handed out to homeless

Researchers at the University of East Anglia will be handing out e-cigarette starter packs to people who are homeless to help them quit smoking, as part of a new...

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21 Jun 2021

Teens sought for trial of new mental health app

Researchers at the University of East Anglia are looking for young people with a diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to take part in a new trial.

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  News
15 Jun 2021

How good weather did nothing to lift spirits in lockdown

Come rain or shine, the weather did nothing to ease or worsen the mental health consequences of Covid-19 - according to new research from the University of East...

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Event

UEA at Norwich Science Festival - Football and the brain

  • Oct 27, 2021 18:30PM
  • Stage Two, Theatre Royal, Norwich
  • Seminar
  • Free - booking essential

Norwich City legend Jeremy Goss and former Crystal Palace Captain Freya Holdaway join UEA researchers Michael Grey and Ellen Boucher for a panel discussion on the short- and long-term benefits and risks associated with ‘the beautiful game’

Event

UEA Inaugural Lecture: Prof Richard Meiser-Stedman

  • Nov 2, 2021 18:30PM
  • Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA and online
  • Lecture
  • Free

A CHILD IN EVERY CLASSROOM: TACKLING POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
PROF RICHARD MEISER-STEDMAN
NORWICH MEDICAL SCHOOL
Recent epidemiological surveys suggest that a significant minority of youth in the UK – potentially as many as 7% – will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at some point in their childhood or adolescence. How do we tackle this public health burden? In this talk, Prof Meiser-Stedman will summarise how research – particularly from a cognitive psychological perspective – has informed our understanding of this devastating condition over the last 20 years. There are serious challenges ahead, but there are more reasons to be hopeful than are currently recognised.  Join us in person or online to hear about cutting-edge research from UEA’s newest professors, covering topics affecting all areas of living today. These free public lectures are open to all and there is a chance to ask questions and meet the speaker at a free drinks reception after the talk.

Event

Dementia Open Forum:Can online acceptance and commitment therapy help?

  • Sep 24, 2021 14:00PM
  • Online
  • Seminar
  • Free

Dementia Open Forum: Can web-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy support family carers of people with dementia?

Findings and experiences from our iACT4CARERS feasibility trial.

Speaker: Dr Naoko Kishita, Associate Professor in Dementia and Complexity in Later Life, UEA