About us 

Allied Health and Community at Worcester encompasses subject areas including Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science, Advancing Clinical Practice, Health and Social Care, Mental Health, Nutritional Therapy, Public Health, Palliative Care, Physician Associate training, Social Work and Youth and Community Studies.

We pride ourselves on our teaching excellence, applied research and practice development. We work closely with our local community and with partners across a wide range of sectors to enhance the student experience and to provide students with an invaluable insight into professional practice. 

The School supports two internationally acclaimed Research Centres, the Association of Dementia Studies (ADS) and Centre for Violence Prevention (CVP). We also house a specialist health and wellbeing facility, the McClelland Centre.


Allied Health and Community News

  • University‚Äôs Dementia Assessment Tool to be Turned into Specialist App

    Thursday, 06 October 2022

    A special environmental assessment tool, in use internationally and available from the University of Worcester, to assess how dementia-friendly care environments are, is being turned into a digital app that could be rolled out globally.

  • University Successful in Two National Health Tenders

    Wednesday, 28 September 2022

    The University of Worcester has been successful in two national NHS tenders, which could see it provide additional apprenticeships as well as mental health training for health workers.

  • Health and Social Care Mentors Celebrated

    Wednesday, 03 August 2022

    Health and Social Care professionals from across the region have been recognised for their outstanding contribution in mentoring students from the University of Worcester.