A unique blend of biomedical, medical, and social science expertise, we integrate different disciplines, thereby adding value in our research, teaching and outreach portfolios.
Members of the Faculty of Health and Medicine have well-established reputations for conducting excellent academic research that is both interdisciplinary and translational.
Since contemporary approaches to health and medicine typically demand expertise from scientists with different substantive and methodological perspectives, we see considerable advantages in bringing together researchers from different disciplinary backgrounds.
Research finds that managing menstrual problems of girls with learning and physical disabilities presents a medical dilemma.
CETAD has been contracted to provide the National Professional Qualification in Integrated Centre Leadership (NPQICL).