School of Medicine
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About the School of Medicine

The School of Medicine is the largest school in the university. It covers a wide range of medical and surgical disciplines. We provide education for undergraduates and postgraduates and engage in world-leading research.

Our mission is to improve people's health and wellbeing by outstanding education and research.

We strive for excellence in all we do. We assume a leadership role in issues of importance to the communities of Nottingham, the UK, and across the globe. We aim to meet the needs of our staff, students, and partners, building on our founding principal of collaboration.

We actively promote and celebrate diversity and inclusion for our staff and students. We also demand the highest standards of professional and ethical behaviour.

Read more about our Mission, Vision and Values

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Divisions and Units

The school is divided into multiple divisions and units who focus on different specialisms.

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Facilities

The school has facilities across the university's campuses to assist with research and education.

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NHS Partners

Our work depends on effective partnerships with NHS organisations across the Midlands.

 
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History of the School of Medicine

The Medical School was established in 1964 and admitted its first students in 1970.

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Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion

We're committed to equality for all throughout our work and aim to be beacon of good practice.

 

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School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

Contacts: Please see our 'contact us' page for further details