Our Simulation Suite offers students the opportunity to develop vital clinical proficiency in a safe environment, so they are ready to take on the responsibilities of their chosen profession by the end of their programme.
Our aspirational education and research supports us to deliver the most dynamic, effective and caring healthcare professionals from a school that places innovation, research and passion at the heart of everything we do.
We believe that future healthcare will be interdisciplinary, collaborative and technology-driven.
Ash Brownett, a final year Paramedic Science student, describes a typically busy and exciting day and night on placement with South East Coast Ambulance Service.
New research published in BMC Public Health has found that increased body vigilance may contribute to early cancer diagnosis.
In the first study of its kind, researchers from the University of Surrey who received funding from Cancer Research UK, found that people who are more body vigilant were more likely to seek professional medical help.
Ever wondered what happens inside your brain when you stay awake for two days before you finally go to sleep? Professor Derk-Jan Dijk at Surrey has found the answer.
"Attending open days and starting volunteering really were the steps that put the wheels in motion on my journey into Midwifery, and made me decide it was for me."
At the School of Health Sciences we have over 800 active partnerships. Our expert staff, students and alumni work with health care providers, government, corporate businesses, SMEs and the third sector to improve the delivery of health care nationally and internationally.