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Learning and Teaching in Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health


Learning, teaching and the student experience


Delivering world-class graduates with the knowledge society needs is central to our collective mission of excellence in learning and teaching. With first-class facilities and researchers who are leading the world, students in each of our programmes enjoy a dynamic and stimulating learning environment.


Students can be confident in developing the knowledge, skills and expertise which will make them excellent health practitioners and citizens. The opportunity to study with staff at the cutting edge of research and our close collaboration with the NHS provide students with outstanding clinical and practice-based learning opportunities. In addition, a number of staff hold national and senate learning and teaching awards. Almost 2,000 undergraduate and 800 postgraduate students study in the Faculty on over 50 different programmes.


All our students are encouraged to develop skills in: the effective use of evidence; inter-professional collaboration and teamwork; adaptability to uncertainty; preparation for employment; personal responsibility; and continuing development of professional knowledge and skills. Opportunities for study abroad, student volunteering and student societies ensure a rich learning experience.


Our undergraduate degrees and diplomas cover the following subjects:


• Dental Hygiene and Therapy* • Dental Surgery* • Health and Human Sciences • Health and Social Care Studies (Acute High Dependency and Critical Care)


• Health and Social Care Studies (Neonatal Intensive Care)


• Health and Social Care Studies (Ongoing and Supportive Care)


• Health and Social Care Studies (Primary Care and Public Health)


• Health and Social Care Studies (Sexual Health) • Human Communication Sciences • Language and Communication Impairment in Children


• Medicine* • Orthoptics* • Speech Science.* *Leads to professional registration


For further information see: www.sheffield.ac.uk/undergraduate/


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Postgraduate study is available in four principal areas: clinical and professional; medical science; public health; and health economics, informatics and research.


Clinical and Professional Programmes:


• Acute Care (Nursing) • Advanced Nursing Studies • Advancing Practice (Nursing) • Cleft Palate Studies • Clinical Communication Studies* • Clinical Neurology • Dental Implantology • Dental Materials Science • Dental Public Health • Diagnostic Oral Pathology • Emergency Medicine • Health Care Studies • Integrated Academic Training Programme • Language and Communication Impairment in Children


• Long Term Conditions (Nursing) • Maternity Care • Medical Education • Midwifery • Neonatal Intensive Care • Nursing Studies* • Orthodontics • Paediatric Dentistry • Periodontology • Restorative Dentistry • Speech and Cleft • Speech Difficulties • Vision and Strabismus


Medical Science Programmes:


• Human Nutrition • Molecular Medicine (pathways in Cancer, Cardiovascular Science, Genetics, Experimental Medicine and Neurosciences) • Translational Neuroscience


Public Health Programmes: • Dental Public Health • European Public Health • Public Health • Public Health and International Development • Public Health, Management and Leadership • Public Health (Health Services Research) • Social Science and Oral Health • Social Science and Health


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