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
Monday, 24 February 2020
A national expert in health and social care, involved in advising the Government on integrating the two services, believes the University of Worcester will play a key role locally in that process.
Wednesday, 08 January 2020
Worcestershire is to become the first county in the UK to offer access to specialist dementia Meeting Centres to all its residents; putting the county at the forefront of this new way of supporting those living with the condition and their families.
Friday, 29 November 2019
The University of Worcester has been awarded the Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community title in the coveted Times Higher Education Awards.