Our academic staff
Our academic staff include clinically qualified lecturers covering a range of subject areas, and the multi-disciplinary nature of the School fosters
a dynamic and innovative learning environment.
Many of our clinical programmes have an integral period of placement that
forms an assessed part of our degree courses. We are also working towards
introducing placement or internship opportunities into all our programmes.
A placement is an important part of the course that helps you become an
active part of your chosen communities and ensures you also graduate with a much
wider skill set and chance of employment.
Whether you are a student, trainee, mentor, placement supervisor or educator,
the information here links you to the important and necessary documentation and
contact details for the teams working on your placements.
You will find everything you need to help you facilitate the placement
experience through our placement areas:
If you need any further information please contact the placement team:
Emergency out-of-hours contact
Our out-of-hours emergency
information provides details of who to contact if a problem arises whilst
you are in practice and you want to contact a member of staff, whether you live
in University accommodation on campus or live off campus.
We aim to resolve any issues of complaint as speedily as possible. If you
wish to make a formal complaint about any aspect of practice education it should
be addressed to: