The Health Sciences Academy is committed to an Equality and Inclusion agenda. This includes:
- promoting CPD that meets the needs of health services staff and ensuring that Continuous Professional Development (CPD) provision is accessible to all;
- making health, wellbeing and illness prevention widely available;
- developing and participating in activities which promote health care education to people from all backgrounds.
The Health Fusion Team Challenge (HFTC) is an interdisciplinary case based learning opportunity for students from across healthcare disciplines.
Students in Transition Year are invited to a two day programme held virtually to learn more about a career in Health
The Teddy Bear Hospital provides children with the opportunity to interact with medical students in a safe and fun environment while learning more about medicine. The aim of the project is to alleviate childhood anxiety surrounding hospitals and doctors.
What does a physiotherapist or a nurse do? What a hospital look like? Or a University? Why is it important that children adopt health promoting behaviours in their early years? How do they champion these in their schools and with their friends and family?
During the two-day camp, pupils discover more about Nursing and Midwifery as potential career choices.
This is a workshop day for post-primary schools who are enacting the LCPE curriculum.