Exciting News: We are changing name! To ‘Department of Global Health & Social Medicine’

We are excited to announce our Department is changing its name: as from 1st August 2016, we are changing our name to Department of Global Health & Social Medicine.

Why?

imagesWe think this new name provides a better reflection of our growing portfolio of teaching and research in both global health and social medicine, our key role in the Kings-wide initiative on global health, and our wish to reimagine the idea of social medicine for the 21st century.

We remain an interdisciplinary department with a firm rooting in the social sciences, with research and teaching linked to philosophy, ethics, politics, history and the law, part of the School of Global affairs within the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy. Our aim is to bring disciplinary and interdisciplinary research of the highest quality to bear upon local, national and transnational challenges of health equity and social justice across the life course.

The motto of the Department remains “Health is more than a medical matter“.

Applications for our Master’s programmes for entry September 2016 are still open for Home/EU students.

We offer Masters programmes in:

Programme title Qualification Admissions Tutor Apply
Ageing & Society MA/MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Dr Mayumi Hayashi Apply online
Bioethics & Society MA/PG Dip/PG Cert Dr Silvia Camporesi Apply Online
Gerontology MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Dr Mayumi Hayashi Apply Online
Global Health & Social Justice MSc/PG Dip/Cert Dr Sridhar Venkatapuram Apply Online
Medicine, Health & Public Policy  MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Dr Courtney Davis Apply Online
Public Policy & Ageing MA/PG Dip/PG Cert Dr Mayumi Hayashi Apply Online

 

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