Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton

At Health Sciences we are committed to shaping the future of healthcare both here in the UK and across the globe.

We firmly believe that health outcomes and healthcare delivery can continually improve by using evidence to inform practice. That is why clinical research plays such a pivotal role in the Faculty.

Our research academics have a solid reputation for collaborating with other faculties, other universities, the NHS and charities to uncover new scientific facts. But this research tradition isn't just for the benefit of the scientific community.

From day one we encourage our students to evaluate procedures, challenge practice and analyse results, just like we would. This helps them to work more proactively and with greater initiative; putting them on the right footing to be one of the clinical leaders of the future. But it doesn't end there.

Skills of emotional intelligence like empathy and compassion are also high on the agenda for both students and staff. As a result, members of the Health Sciences community are adept at fostering a profound appreciation for the human condition.

We also work closely with the private sector to develop equipment and techniques that will pay us back with interest in the future.

It is all these things together that add up to a truly progressive ethos. That is why governmental bodies from around the world frequently come to us for advice on healthcare policy.

At Health Sciences we are committed to shaping the future of healthcare both here in the UK and across the globe.

We firmly believe that health outcomes and healthcare delivery can continually improve by using evidence to inform practice. That is why clinical research plays such a pivotal role in the Faculty.

Our research academics have a solid reputation for collaborating with other faculties, other universities, the NHS and charities to uncover new scientific facts. But this research tradition isn't just for the benefit of the scientific community.

From day one we encourage our students to evaluate procedures, challenge practice and analyse results, just like we would. This helps them to work more proactively and with greater initiative; putting them on the right footing to be one of the clinical leaders of the future. But it doesn't end there.

Skills of emotional intelligence like empathy and compassion are also high on the agenda for both students and staff. As a result, members of the Health Sciences community are adept at fostering a profound appreciation for the human condition.

We also work closely with the private sector to develop equipment and techniques that will pay us back with interest in the future.

It is all these things together that add up to a truly progressive ethos. That is why governmental bodies from around the world frequently come to us for advice on healthcare policy.

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