The Faculty responds to the pandemic
The Faculty of Health and Medicine has been at the forefront of the University's response to the Covid pandemic. From medical students to virologists, you can read some of their stories here.Covid Response
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Medicine and Surgery
Top in the north west for students’ overall satisfaction with their medicine degree (National Student Survey 2018).MBChB Medicine and Surgery
Lancaster Success Programme
We want to ensure that all our students have the chance to benefit from a range of experiences available at Lancaster. Students from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented at university are not always aware of the breadth of support opportunities available to them.
For more information please get in touch on email@example.com or 01524 595232.Lancaster Success Programme
We pride ourselves on the real-world impact of our research and its practical applications for human and societal benefit, including ageing and palliative care, infectious disease, and mental health.
Work With Us
We believe advances in healthcare are achieved through strong mutually beneficial partnerships, working with external organisations to support research, innovation and professional development in health and medicine.
Welcome to the Health Innovation Campus
The new Health Innovation Campus at Lancaster University brings together industry, research partners, health and care providers, the voluntary sector and local authorities to create an innovation eco-system.
The Health Innovation Campus is all about collaboration, co-design and co-production. Its purpose is to develop sustainable solutions for some of the most important health and care challenges we face as a society. Work at the Health Innovation Campus will take a solution-led, place-based approach to addressing health and social inequalities and their impact on wellness, with an emphasis on innovative thinking and disruption.Health Innovation Campus
The Faculty of Health and Medicine's multidisciplinary research and teaching operates across three divisions, delivering high quality teaching and research with national and international impact.
Public events at the Faculty of Health and Medicine
From public lecture series, to student-focused webinars, there's always something going on at the Faculty of Health and Medicine.
Lancaster Professor’s portrait unveiled at Scottish National Portrait Gallery
A striking new painting by the celebrated Scottish artist Ken Currie, depicting the pre-eminent forensic anthropologist Professor Dame Sue Black, will go on public display for the very first time when the Scottish National Portrait Gallery (SNPG) reopens this coming Friday 30 April 2021.