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Queen Mary University of London and The Institute of Pre-Hospital Care at London’s Air Ambulance
At Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (a faculty of Queen Mary University of London), we offer access to world-leading expertise and a fantastic location in the heart of London – either at our Charterhouse Square or West Smithfield campuses, both close to the Barbican Centre, or at our campus in Whitechapel. We offer a large portfolio of postgraduate onsite and online programmes which cover clinical medicine and dentistry and non-clinical medical science programmes, taught by academics who are leaders in their respective fields.
Barts and The London is a world-leading medical research institution. In the latest research assessment exercise (REF 2014), Barts and The London was placed within the top seven UK institutions in all three Units of Assessment – Clinical Medicine; Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care; and Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy.
High-quality learning experience
Queen Mary offers outstanding students a stimulating, supportive and high-quality learning experience, with teaching inspired by our world-leading research. We have also invested significantly in new facilities over the last 15 years to offer our students an exceptional learning environment, both onsite and online via our online learning platform.
The Institute of Pre-Hospital Care at London's Air Ambulance
For more than thirty years, London’s Air Ambulance Charity has been a leader in the development and practice of prehospital care in the U.K. and abroad. Through its research, innovation and education activities, as well as the professional affiliations and publications of its clinical leadership, it has influenced clinical guidelines, governance standards, and the practice of air ambulances in the U.K, Europe and Australia.
The Institute of Pre-Hospital Care at London’s Air Ambulance was founded in 2013 to build on and expand this influence. Its mission is to drive excellence in prehospital care standards and practice through research, innovation and education; and by fostering collaboration across medical disciplines and institutions dedicated to improving outcomes for people afflicted by critical injury and illness.
The Institute remains closely aligned with London’s Air Ambulance, sharing its clinical and organisational leadership teams; drawing on its case studies to inform priorities; and collaborating to develop new clinical interventions, conduct research and educate the next generation of pre-hospital care experts.www.iophc.co.uk