Research institutes. Its focuses on research that reflects the needs of patients and of health service providers, based on partnership with the NHS and other public bodies and a strong commitment to public involvement. Research is broadly focussed on normal and diseased cells and inflammation and tissue repair. The Institute of Health Research The Institute’s research strengths lie in applied health research and underpinning methodological work. It will provide you with opportunities to develop your knowledge in the field and build your applied statistical skills, knowledge of health research methodology, and scientific writing skills. The Health Research PGDip offers intermediate research training to health professionals, research staff and research students. In QMRI the research emphasis is towards clinical-translational science, with two-way iteration from bench-to-bedside. The Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education (CoPMRE) was established in June 2007. Research impact. The course is organised to give you a solid foundation in health research methods with either a focus in applied statistics or a more general overview of health research methodology. Develop and connect.

Swansea University Medical School has strategically identified the need to develop research excellence coupled to critical mass. A world class clinical research facility, the Queen’s Medical Research Institute has four strategic Centres, addressing major disease challenges. The Joint Medical Service (JMS) in Nairobi is concerned with taking care of the health and wellbeing of UN employees and their families. Our Research Institutes bring together academic talents from across a range of disciplines to solve problems of global importance. It represents a home for a medical Visiting Faculty with an interest in innovating delivery of care and developing clinical practice. Research impact. Modules include Statistical Methods, Systematic Reviews, Clinical Trials, Applied Qualitative Health Research and Health Economics. Our researchers make a difference to people's lives by working across disciplines to tackle major challenges facing society, the economy and our environment. CoPMRE is embedded within the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences but works across the university to develop high quality research and education. As a first step towards this, in 2013 we developed 4 research themes to cover its research activity, each led by a senior academic and designed to foster integrated research activity whilst nurturing young talent. Classes include a lively mix of students from a range of health disciplines. WHO's primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations' system and to lead partners in global health responses.