The University of Strathclyde is a leading technological university and a ‘place of useful learning’. Health & Care Futures will utilise the University's position to make an effective and sustained contribution to the future of health and care in the UK and beyond.
Our aim is to use state-of-the-art innovation and expertise in the fields of medicines innovation, health technologies, data analytics and artificial intelligence, and the workforce and leadership.
Through this, we'll promote the delivery of new models of care focusing on prevention, and empowering individuals and populations to live as well as possible at home and in their communities.
Our vision is to support the health and care sector to become fully integrated and data-driven. We'll focus on quality and safety, efficiency, and ensuring the workforce has the necessary skills to respond to the rapidly changing health and care environment.
Health & Care Futures will centre around three main areas:
- Future Medicines
- Future Technologies and Data-Driven Health & Care
- Future Organisation
If you would like to hear more about Health & Care Futures or are interested in working with the University of Strathclyde in shaping and progressing this initiative, please email:
NHS discounts for postgraduate research
At Strathclyde, we offer a wide range of health and care related postgraduate research opportunities.
NHS staff members can receive a 25% fees discount for our PhD programmes in Psychology, Speech and Language Therapy and the programme in Public Health & Health Policy.
A 25% fees discount also applies for NHS staff in the Professional Doctorate in Humanities & Social Science (Advanced Practise).
In the health science area we offer NHS staff a 25% fees discount on PhD programmes in Pharmacy, Biomedical Sciences as well as a 25% fees discount on part-time PhD programmes in Mathematics, Statistics and in Computer & Information Sciences.Postgraduate research courses
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