Keele University School of Medicine is committed not only to graduate excellent health and social care practitioners from our range of courses, but also to working in partnership with NHS stakeholders. We aim to help improve health care, recruitment and retention of health and social care professionals in our area by our course provision. Our courses include medicine (MBChB); Social Work (MA/BA); Counselling and Psychotherapy (Graduate Certificate/Masters) and Paramedic Science (MSci).
Our small, friendly team's objective is to provide innovative methods and resources to support all our students.
The School offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate educational and research programmes covering medicine, social work, counselling, paramedic science and primary care. Our research programme delivers high-quality multidisciplinary research designed to improve the content, delivery and configuration of primary care for the benefit of patients with musculoskeletal conditions, mental health problems, cardiovascular disease and other long-term conditions.
Keele University School of Medicine declares a climate emergency. We have established a new sustainability working group for the School in order to improve education and sustainability.