We work locally, regionally, nationally and globally to improve the health and welfare of people, and positively transform the societies within which they live.
A large school, we are comprised of diverse range of disciplines across health and the social sciences. These discipline areas include those related to health such as Allied Health Professions, and Nursing and Midwifery along with social sciences such as Criminology, Sociology and Social Policy.
We are organised into two research centres, the Centre for Social and Health Research and the Health Sciences Research Centre. These centres are home to seven research groups which help organise our work but also connect with each other within and across the centres. Across these centres and themes we have a significant body of work concerned with digital developments, a priority of the University. Additionally we are home to the Salford Institute for Dementia, the EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Prosthetics and Orthotics and have a vibrant postgraduate research community.
Committed to industry collaboration involving our research students, and staff, we have significant levels of partnership working and are always open to forming new relationships with those who share our commitment to transforming society.