HS focuses on the design and evaluation of interventions (behavioural, medical, technological and organisational), plus how the application of knowledge in these areas change clinical practice and ultimately health outcomes.
The division's work includes applied health services research, methodological development/application of health sciences, as well as relevant theoretical enquiry and discovery science.
The work of the division can be divided into seven key areas:
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Our strategy is to deliver high-calibre, multidisciplinary, internationally recognised excellence in health sciences research and teaching, to shape policy, and to support the University of Warwick’s strategy “to make Warwick an undisputed world leader in research and scholarship”.
About the Division
The Division is the academic home for a wide range of clinical academics including nursing and allied health professionals, general practitioners, public health specialists and hospital consultants.
The Division has a thriving postgraduate training programme and a strong track record of supporting and mentoring doctoral students to successful completion of higher degrees (MSc, MPhil, MD, PhD).
The division runs an active programme for postgraduate student and staff development including a regular seminar series with local, national and international speakers, and focused training sessions designed to develop the research skills of everyone in the Division.
Highly Cited Researchers
Thomson Reuters has generated a new list of Highly Cited Researchers in the sciences and social sciences for 2014.
This lists researchers who rank among the top 1% most cited for their subject field and year of publication, described by Thomson Reuters as demonstrating “exceptional impact”. Professor Kate Seers, Director of the RCN Research Institute has been included on this list of highly cited researchers for 2014.
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Research News and Events
Congratulations to our PhD student Laura Whitehead (first supervisor Kirstie Haywood) who won the European Resuscitation Council Young Investigator of the Year Award. This award is for her Core Outcome Set for Cardiac Arrest (COSCA) work. She also received endorsement and encouragement that the work will become an international advisory statement on the topic.