A new £1 million teaching hub is set to launch in the North West to allow surgeons to learn and train remotely using immersive technology and will be led by a professor at Edge Hill University’s Medical School.
A Professor at Edge Hill University’s Medical School was among the first clinicians in the world to identify a “very strange” new symptom found in people suffering from long Covid.
“You don’t need to be from a privileged background to become a doctor,” says Heral Vaghela, a medical student at Edge Hill University who is on a mission to break down the societal barriers to a career in medicine.
An NHS leader who is passionate about raising ambitions and equal opportunities for young people to pursue a career in healthcare has been appointed an Honorary Professor for Edge Hill University.
With the United Nation’s marking its 75th anniversary this weekend, a team of academics at Edge Hill University have warned that greater local action is needed in order to deliver a sustainable future for the planet.
Overwhelming support demonstrated by inspirational students, staff, alumni and partners in response to the global pandemic is celebrated in Edge Hill University’s new Annual Review.
Trainee doctors in the North West will soon benefit from a new million-pound contract awarded to Edge Hill and the Royal College of Physicians.
The Medical Schools Council has announced five successful bids to run summer schools next year, including a collaboration between Edge Hill University, Lancaster University and the University of Liverpool.
Qualifying in medicine in 1984, Professor Hardy was medical director of one of England’s most successful NHS hospitals for much of the past 10 years and is now looking forward to shaping undergraduate medical education at Edge Hill University.
Ground breaking research is underway at Edge Hill University’s Medical School to see if training medical professionals in a fully immersive, mixed reality environment can improve their ability to deliver lifesaving operations.