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School of Health Sciences

Division of Health Services Research & Management

The Division of Health Services Research & Management (HSRM) brings together the Health Services Research, Health Management, Health Psychology and Public Health teams to deliver excellence in teaching and research.

The MSc Health Management, one of the longest established health management programmes in the UK, and the MSc Health Policy provide health management and policy perspectives on related aspects of healthcare. The MRes Clinical Research and MSc in Health Services Research provide training to enable students to conduct and evaluate research with the aim of improving service delivery, quality of care and patient outcomes. In addition to the Masters in Public Health, aimed at professionals from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds, the Division runs highly regarded NHS-commissioned BSc and PGDip/MSc Public Health programmes for Health Visitors, School Nurses and Community Nurses as well as a BSc Primary Care programme focused on training for Practice Nurses. The MSc and DPhysc Health Psychology programmes explore the psychological and behavioural processes that influence the development of illness, the promotion of health, and the delivery of healthcare through rigorous research that feeds into evidence-based practice. 2017 will see the Division introducing a new BSc Health and Social Care, designed for students who wish to develop a greater understanding of the health and social care sector and how it operates and is managed within a constantly evolving landscape.

Research

The Centre for Health Services Research comprises 10 research groups:

  1. Management of Long Term Conditions Group
  2. Research Group for Quality of Care for Older People
  3. Telehealth and Telecare Group
  4. Patient Safety Group
  5. Service User Involvement and Collaboration Group
  6. Health Economics Group
  7. Implementation Research Group
  8. Health Policy Leadership and Management Group
  9. Education for Practice and Research Group
  10. Impact of Disease and Treatments Group

The current focus of research within the team is health psychology and behavioural medicine, adaptation to and self-management of long term conditions, telehealth and telecare, impact of surgery and medical treatments on cognition and informal care giving.

  • Admissions (UG & pre-registration) t: +44 (0)20 7040 5000
    Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB
  • Postgraduate Admissions Team t: +44 (0)20 7040 5790
    Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.