Centre for Chlidren's Health
INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
Centre for Children's Health
The Centre for Children’s Health dedicated exclusively to children’s health, aims to make significant contributions to paediatric medicine, foster interdisciplinary collaboration and improve the well-being of children worldwide.
The Centre for Children’s Health brings together a diverse team of experts, including paediatricians, researchers, scientists and educators, who share a common goal of understanding and addressing the unique health needs of children. With its multidisciplinary approach, the Centre for Children’s Health will focus on a wide range of areas that impact children’s well-being. Research initiatives will encompass childhood diseases, nutrition, mental health, preventive strategies, and innovative treatment modalities. By exploring these areas, the centre aims to improve child health outcomes, enhance early detection of diseases and promote preventive measures to ensure a healthier future for children.
Collaboration will be at the heart of the Centre for Children’s Health’s endeavours. By forging partnerships with local and international organisations, healthcare providers, and policymakers, the centre aims to drive positive change in child healthcare at both regional and global levels. The exchange of knowledge, expertise, and resources will enable the centre to tackle complex challenges more effectively and translate research findings into tangible improvements in paediatric healthcare practices.
The University of Bolton’s Centre for Children’s Health for the Institute of Medicine marks a significant milestone in advancing children’s healthcare. With its dedicated team of experts, cutting-edge research and collaborative approach, the centre is poised to make lasting contributions to the well-being and future of children worldwide.
INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
University of Bolton VC addresses international conference on safety of older people and wellbeing of healthcare staff
The University of Bolton’s President and Vice Chancellor welcomed more than 150 delegates to a special international conference to discuss the safety of older people and the wellbeing of healthcare staff.
Members of the public attended a community consultation at the University of Bolton to hear about exciting plans for a new School of Medicine.
The IoM welcomed 15 students from Shanghai University of Medicine and Health Services to their Healthcare Summer School throughout August.
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Amazing course, incredible value for money, the facilities and knowledge of instructors was outstanding
Just to highlight what a credit the faculty team were. I cannot stress how incredibly helpful and encouraging they were. Played a massive part in the overall success of the course.
Felt very accepted and valued as a woman in a field traditionally dominated by men.
Very informative with highly qualified lecturers who are experts in their field.