The School of Health Sciences at City, University of London, engages with research and consultancy projects that inform real-world issues in the health services sector. We provide a high-level of consultancy expertise and work with businesses and institutions from the public, private and 3rd sector.
The AVOT (Advanced Vision and Optometric Tests) have emerged gradually from research studies carried out at City over several years with support from research councils and government departments.
City Health is an innovative social enterprise that delivers short courses and study days, skills updates, training and consultancy to practitioners working in the NHS, private health and social care sectors.
The Crabb, named after Professor David Crabb, is a unique research laboratory focusing on measurement in vision: visual fields, imaging, visual function and quality of life, and medical statistics.
In the heart of the City, the City Sight clinic offers a wide range of eye care services to the general public and local businesses in state-of-the-art facilities.
My Home Life
My Home Life is a UK-wide initiative that promotes quality of life and delivers positive change in care homes for older people.
Optical Appliance Testing Service
OATS provides independent assessment of sunglasses, prescription spectacles and ready-to-wear reading glasses.
The Roberta Williams Speech and Language Therapy Centre
In-house Speech and Language Therapy clinic, building on the skills and experience of the staff in the Language and Communication Science Division.
Our specialist Clinical Skills Centre based at Northampton Square in central London offers facilities including simulated wards, specialist speech and language unit, life-size virtual radiotherapy environment and ophthalmic clinics.
Quality of recovery following surgery & anaesthesia is of vital importance to improving patient outcome & clinical practice. The PQRS is a free measurement tool to assess multiple domains of post-operative recovery over time.
Web based colour vision test
This colour blindness test uses a movie which displays a moving "coloured" square that is buried in flickering luminance contrast noise. The square changes colour as the movie plays. You may be able to see the colour for some or all of the time.
City TECS is a purpose built learning hub, equipped with the latest telehealth and telecare telemedicine, tele rehabilitation, mhealth, ehealth, ihealth and wearable technologies designed to simulate a home environment.