Interdisciplinary Social Sciences in Health (ISSH) is a new and developing subject area in the School of Health in Social Science.
It brings together social scientists from a range of academic disciplines, including sociology, geography, social anthropology and health care studies, who share an interest in the overlapping concerns of research/policy/practice in health - particularly interdisciplinary approaches in research and teaching.
We pursue collaboration with other subject areas within the School of Health in Social Science and other relevant Schools to promote innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to research in health care. We address current issues in a changing health and social care landscape emphasising effective knowledge exchange for maximum impact for our research.
A contemporary postgraduate programme, taught over 2-3 years part-time.
A new online programme which has been developed in consultation with people with dementia.
This flexible course will help you deliver world-class participatory practice.
A new full-time or part-time research programme.
This article was published on Apr 3, 2013