The school delivers internationally recognised research and teaching in a wide range of population health sciences.
Our medical students and postgraduate researchers study with world-class experts. The school's highly successful short course programme offers continuous professional development for academics, public health specialists and health care professionals.
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The school's highly-rated research contributes to significant changes in public health care services and policy around the globe. Our clinical and research scientists collaborate on multidisciplinary research from the genetic level to large scale population studies
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The school is home to a range of centres, collaborations and units covering genetic and life-course epidemiology, public health and health services, primary care, psychiatry, community child and adolescent health, and medical ethics.
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Updated 19 June 2013 by School of Social and Community Medicine
University of Bristol, Canynge Hall, 39 Whatley Road, Bristol BS8 2PS, UK. Tel: +44 (0)117 928 7279