Two UEA Midwifery students are preparing to take on the Brighton Marathon in April next year, raising money for local domestic abuse charity Leeway.
Having only qualified 18 months ago, 24-year old Callum Metcalfe was one of just 12 nurses shortlisted from more than 1,000 applicants in a “rising star” category of the Nursing Times Awards.
Congratulations to all our students who graduated this year and welcome to our new honorary graduands.
The number of paramedics working in Norfolk and Suffolk has been boosted by almost 100 as more Paramedic students graduated this summer from the School of Health sciences.
We are delighted to announce that HSC lecturer, Rebekah Hill, has been awarded a three year University Teaching Fellowship.
The School of Health Sciences had three winners in this year's UEA Engagement Awards.
If you’re thinking about Postgraduate study, UEA has a range of Postgraduate Scholarships available for entry in September 2017 across all subject areas.
One of our amazing BSc Adult Nursing students, Emily Bowdren, is off to West Bengal to provide much needed healthcare.
The School of Health Sciences, UEA is an approved provider of higher and degree apprenticeships.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) has risen two places to 12th position in the prestigious Complete University Guide league table, its highest-ever national ranking.
We are pleased to announce the recent approval of our re-designed MSc Advanced Professional Practice programme which will be offered form 2017-18.
If you’re a current undergraduate student, there are some excellent opportunities to take your learning further with us.
Dr Kath Mares has been working with Hethersett Academy and Headway Norfolk and Waveney to engage Year 9 students in creating design solutions for service users with acquired brain injury.
A new community of European universities united by a shared commitment to advancing social good and helping solve global challenges was launched in Amsterdam on 21 October.
FeSTivAPPS has been selected to be part of the fourth round of the Health Foundation’s £1.5 million innovation programme, Innovating for Improvement.
Total hip replacement is one of the most common orthopaedic procedures in the UK. HSC Lecturer Dr Toby Smith led a Cochrane review exploring the evidence around this approach.
A UEA/Cameroon project has been announced by the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) as winner of their 2016 award "Projects that Work".
HSC Lecturer Dr Kath Mares and team have been selected as finalists for the Health Enterprise East Innovation Awards 2016
A team led by HSC lecturer Dr Kath Mares and colleagues from the NNUH and NCHC have been announced as Finalists for the Health Enterprise East Innovation Awards 2016.