Today, the University of York’s Department of Health Sciences, CHE, along with the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination and the fast-expanding Hull York Medical School, combine to form a powerful collaborative teaching and research asset for all those who work in the NHS or need its services.
Every year the University of York confers the honorary degree of Doctor of the University honoris causa on distinguished people. The recipients come from many walks of life and all have made a significant contribution to society.
Following the Department of Health initiative to expand the number of medical school places in England, Hull York Medical School has been awarded an additional 90 places.
To celebrate 10 years of HYMS graduates, we are shining a light on the women spearheading progress and innovation in areas as diverse as cancer diagnosis and treatment, mental health, diabetes and palliative care, to name just a few.
Since 2003, the Hull York Medical School has been inspiring future medical professionals with the research, skills and knowledge they need to deliver brilliant healthcare.
The technology that forms the basis of these devices derives from unique biologically inspired evolutionary computer algorithms developed by co-founder and director Dr Stephen Smith and academics in the Department of Electronics over the past ten years.
General practice, a cornerstone of UK primary care provision, has for many years been frequently referred to as ‘the jewel in the Crown’ of the NHS. But now primary care, and general practice in particular, are facing a crisis, with all the major political parties proffering solutions in their manifestos at the last election.
Farewell to Chancellor Greg Dyke; one year of YuStart; the new York Graduate Research School; honorary graduates and more news from the University.