Adult Years Division
The Adult Years Division combines research and education in health and social care for adults. Our staff have academic and practice expertise in adult nursing, mental health and collaborative care.
Research that makes an impact on health and social care
Community engagement, partnership working and dignity in care are the overarching research themes in the Division. Within these themes, we are actively engaged in research concerning:
- Mental health nursing
- Service user involvement and collaboration
- Quality of life in care homes
- Dementia care
- Frailty and older people
- Infection prevention
- Patient safety
- Service innovation and workforce and practice development
Our Professors are committed to research that makes a positive impact on health and social care:
- Innovative research methods in user involvement and partnership working in the field of mental health are created by Professor Alan Simpson and his team
- Important policy initiatives are influenced by Professor Julienne Meyer's research and the high profile social movement to promote quality of life in care homes - My Home Life.
Leading pre-registration nursing education in London
The Division leads pre-registration mental health and adult nursing courses at City:
- BSc (Hons) Nursing: Adult
- BSc (Hons) Nursing: Mental Health
- Postgraduate Diploma Nursing: Adult
- Postgraduate Diploma Nursing: Mental Health
The Guardian University Guide 2012 ranked City 7th in the UK and 1st in London for its undergraduate nursing courses.We focus on developing practitioners who are equipped to be future leaders in health care. Positive relationships between students, patients, clinical practitioners and educationalists ensure our courses are always practically relevant and academically robust.
Our expertise in mental health, adult health and social care drives postgraduate and research level studies. Our courses are accessible and relevant to clinical academic researchers from a range of disciplines: