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Creating design solutions for service users with acquired brain injury

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.

New Dawn for community of european universities

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.

Professor Jowett confirmed as Head of School

Professor Rosalynd Jowett has been formally appointed as Head of the School of Health Sciences for a period of five years.

FeSTivAPPS receives funding from The Health Foundation

FeSTivAPPS has been selected to be part of the fourth round of the Health Foundation’s £1.5 million innovation programme, Innovating for Improvement.

Can occupational therapy & specialist equipment help hip replacement recovery?

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.

Collaboration with Cameroon wins Award

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".

Summer Newsletter

The Health Sciences Summer 2016 Newsletter is now available.

Health Sciences Lecturers win 2016 Transforming Teaching Awards

Health Sciences Lecturers Dr Matthew Moreland and Dr Simon Horton have won the SU Most Innovative Teaching and Best PhD Supervisor Awards respectively at the 2016 Transforming Teaching Awards.

HSC Return to Practice Programme shortlisted for Award

The School of Health Sciences’ Return to Practice Programme has been shortlisted in the Student Nursing Times Awards in the ‘Return to Practice Course of the Year’ category.

Fellowship of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology (ACPIN)

Dr Nicola Hancock was awarded a Fellowship of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology at their National Conference in March 2016.

UEA amongst 'world's elite' for Nursing

UEA's School of Health Sciences has been placed amongst the 'world's elite' - with Nursing being ranked in the top 100 universities internationally.

Members of UEA ABIRA team win place on UK Design Councils Design Leadership Programme

Members of the UEA ABIRA team, led by Dr Nicola Hancock are working to develop a device to assist in the rehabilitation of walking after stroke.

New pilot scheme for future paramedics

An exciting opportunity has arisen to become part of a national pilot scheme led by Health Education England for up to 30 aspiring paramedic students to get real, paid caring experience for 6...

Graduation 2015

A big congratulations to all our School of Health Sciences students who attended their Graduation Day in July 2015.

UEA to validate Royal Marsden School professional degree courses

The University of East Anglia (UEA) and The Royal Marsden School in London have announced a new educational partnership.

‘World-class’ research for Allied Health and Nursing

92 per cent of our research was scored as 4* (world leading) - the highest quality – or 3* (internationally excellent) in The Research Excellence Framework (REF2014) for Allied Health and...