Brunel university london public health
About the College
The College of Health and Life Sciences specialises in courses that enable our graduates to make a real difference to the world around them. Through our key strategic partnerships we aim to make Brunel University London a key part of health research in the UK. Whether it is through medical breakthroughs that aid those suffering from disease, research designed to help elite athletes improve their performance or programmes to train the next generation of health professionals, we aim to produce graduates who stand willing and able to make a difference.
Welcome to Public Health and Health Promotion
Our staff have a range of subject and disciplinary backgrounds providing particular teaching expertise to our students and research expertise.
This expertise is applicable to many aspects of ‘health’ in its broadest sense and covers health research, health promotion and public health, health care law and ethics, health and social policy, and health services research.
Our MSc in Public Health and Health Promotion is of interest to a wide range of professionals working in health and social care, local government, education and the voluntary sector. Graduates are prepared for a career as health promotion specialists and public health practitioners.
Our staff in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing have a wide range of professional, subject and disciplinary backgrounds in the three pathways of Health Visiting, Occupational Health Nursing and School Nursing providing particular teaching and research expertise to our students.
This expertise is applicable to many aspects of the population’s health and well-being in order to meet the statutory and professional requirements of improving and protecting health across the life course.
We offer Specialist Community Public Health Nursing post-registration courses through sponsorship with the National Health Service and Employers at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. These programmes assist the professional development of specialist practitioners as part of the public health workforce.