NHS, teaching and other government support
Find out more about government funding and support available to you if you're doing a health-related or teaching course at Plymouth University.
Workplace bullying expert to give keynote address at global conference
Plymouth University news: A Plymouth University academic will be one of the keynote speakers at a conference in Auckland, New Zealand, examining bullying and harassment at work
Working to train future leaders of the NHS
Plymouth University News: Plymouth University has signed an agreement with NHS South West Leadership Academy to help train the next generation of NHS managers across the region
University Medical Centre and the Wellbeing Centre
The University Medical Centre and the Wellbeing Centre are spaces for reflection, relaxation and health on campus.
Epilepsy monitoring app leads the way for NHS70
EpSMon, an app developed by a team of partners, including Dr Craig Newman from the University of Plymouth that helps people with epilepsy manage their condition, has been chosen by the NHS to celebrate digital innovation within healthcare.
Cancer care is a research group in the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust Clinical School
National Institute for Health Research
Find out about the funding available from the National Institute for Health Research
Pioneering physician associate training programme welcomes first students
Plymouth University news: A pioneering physician associate training programme at Plymouth University with unique links to local NHS Trusts, welcomes its first students
Innovative University and NHS training partnership addresses doctor shortages
Plymouth University news: An innovative partnership between Plymouth University and NHS Trusts in Devon and Somerset will, for the first time, see them fund places on a Physician Associate Studies course in return for an employment contract on graduation