Posts tagged: CARe

PhD Studentship in the area of Digital Health or Integrated Care in the School of Health and Society/School of Health Sciences, University of Salford. Start Date – End of September 2018.

  About the Schools The Schools of Health and Society and Health Sciences are forward-thinking, dynamic schools with a commitment to lifelong learning and real world impact by focusing on the health and wellbeing of people and helping them at all stages of their lives.  In September 2018 the Schools will be merging to create […]


A New Look for the CARe Newsletter

The CARe newsletter recently received a new look following feedback from colleagues across the School. It is hoped that the redesigned format will help readers to understand more about the wide range of work that the Centre does and, as a result, prove useful in engaging with external partners. CARe has an internationally recognised profile […]


Alternative Gardeners Question Time

There is a growing recognition that Green Care can positively influence health and well-being at an individual and community level. However, this knowledge has had limited reach to those who it may impact most in the community. The promotion of health and well-being through alternative approaches such as Green Care presents realistic, alternative methods. Our […]


Becoming a Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellow

  Dr Jacqueline Leigh moved into academia from being a Senior Nurse Manager in the NHS. Since qualifying as a registered nurse in 1986 Jacqueline has maintained her professional registration and gained a BSc (Hons) in Nursing and Masters in Health Professional Education. She also completed her PhD in 2012 and in 2017 was awarded […]


eSports Symposium – The Digital Cluster

Last week our Media City UK campus hosted a one-day symposium on eSports – a £0.5bn industry which is growing all the time. With a global audience of 226 million last year, eSports is big business with people tuning in to watch others play games including Call of Duty, League of Legends, Counter-Strike and Starcraft II. […]


Get warm soon

As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science we are pleased to invite you to the seminar in which Jamie Ruse from National Energy Action will talk about their newly published research on the important role of the health sector in mitigating the wide-ranging impacts of fuel poverty and cold homes. The report, ‘Get […]