The School of Health Sciences has extensive links with NHS Trusts and with many international partners. The school provides high quality inter-professional education and cross-disciplinary practice, informed by extensive health research. The full and rounded education that our graduates receive mean that they are highly sought after and equipped with professional and transferable skills to enable them to be confident and successful throughout their chosen career.
New School of Health Sciences
The School of Health Sciences came into being in January 2014, after the university's School of Nursing and Midwifery and School of Health Professions merged. On these webpages you will find details of our physiotherapy, podiatry and occupational therapy courses, while the nursing, midwifery and paramedic divisions can be found at www.brighton.ac.uk/snm/.
The first edition of the Journal of Research in Health Sciences has recently been published by the school's Centre for Health Research. Find out more and download the first edition of the journal.
Physiotherapists use exercise and manual techniques in working with a wide range of people who have illness or injury.
Podiatrists work with people to save limbs, increase mobility and improve foot health.
Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who, for a variety of reasons, are not able to do the things (or the occupations) in life that they want, or need to do.