Health Care Programmes at Surrey
Academic staff at the University of Surrey are actively engaged in research related to health care practice, social care and health care management. A multidisciplinary perspective is drawn together with researchers from social science, health psychology, health economics, management and nursing.
Expertise in these areas feed into a range of degree programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. In addition, the University is able to offer continuing professional development opportunities to meet the needs of health care professionals. Please see below for further information:
• Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy
• Advanced Practice
• Doctorate of Clinical Practice
• Health and Social Care
• Health Care Management
• Health Psychology
• Learning and Teaching for Professional Practice
• Nutritional Medicine
• Occupational Health and Safety
• Practitioner Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
• Practioner Doctorate in Psychotherapeutic and Counselling Psychology
• Professional Practice
• Public Health Practice
• Research Methods in Psychology
• Social Psychology
Continuing Professional Development
We offer a wide range of continuing professional development opportunities to enable individuals to develop their careers in their chosen field. Our multi-professional focus means we cater for the development needs of those from a range of academic and professional backgrounds, and our students benefit from learning alongside fellow students with differing perspectives and experiences.
Further information about Continuing Profesional Development.