Our team of lecturing and support staff in the public health and wellbeing team are highly experienced academics and practitioners in a range of health professions, and are committed and dedicated to providing a quality learning experience for our students.
Social workers are professionally qualified staff who assess the needs of service users and provide care and support to those in need.
Social care is a fulfilling career. Working in social care will allow you to meet the needs of individuals by providing practical support to help people live their lives independently.
Our Partnership and Enterprise Development team will ensure you gain speedy access to knowledge, expertise and resources across the University.
"Public Health - is everyone's business, make it yours", Public Health Seminar Series 2017/2018
Join us to hear about exciting new research and practice in Public Health.
Held on the third Thursday of every month (Dates to follow soon), these events commence at 5pm with networking and refreshments, followed by presentations from invited speakers and students.
These will be FREE events open to anyone interested in public health – from students to staff and external visitors, and they will be popular so places will be limited; please reserve your place by emailing FEHWEvents@wlv.ac.uk with your name, email details and your role.
If you’re thinking about starting or developing you career in the field of Health, why not come along to our Open Day on Saturday 19th August 2017, 9am - 3pm at the Wolverhampton Campus.
Courses in Public Health, Health Studies, Social Work, Social Care and much much more...Whatever your aspirations, Open Days are your chance to get all the information you need to plan your future. Find out more
Interested in Postgraduate study? Our next Postgraduate Open Evening will take place on Wednesday 14th September 2017.
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Our students will benefit from purpose-built teaching centres, featuring state-of-the-art facilities such as well equipped skills centres, spacious lecture theatres, large IT suites, enhanced Learning Centre facilities and modern Social Learning Spaces.
The Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement (CHSCI) is a multi-disciplinary research centre at the University of Wolverhampton.
View all research and enterprise activity in the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing, including news and impact highlights.
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A University of Wolverhampton student will be influencing Government policies around learning disabilities as part of a national steering group.
The University of Wolverhampton is hosting a training event for one of North America’s leading educators on dementia.
The University of Wolverhampton hosted a health Showcase Event on behalf of the Lived Experience Network (LEN) recently
University of Wolverhampton Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Dr Moses Murandu, travelled to Africa to present his research on sugar treatment.
A leading health specialist has recently visited the University of Wolverhampton to speak to third year nursing students about the Sepsis Campaign.
They Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust has unveiled a permanent memorial in dedication to organ and tissue donors, designed by University graduates.
University of Wolverhampton academics are teaching computers to identify early warning signs of abusive behaviour online in a bid to outsmart cyberbullies.