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  1. 2nd Annual Health and Inequalities Conference, Centre for Health and Development (26th June 2019)

    The Centre for Health and Development (CHAD) at Staffordshire University is collaborating with the Faculty of Public Health on this year's CHAD Annual Health and Inequalities Conference in Stoke. This conference will be held on Wednesday 26th June 2019 in the Ashley Building, Leek Road campus, Staffordshire University, ST4 2DF (a short walk from Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station). This includes refreshments and lunch. The conference will start at 09.15 (registration from 08.15) and the programme can be downloaded below (may be subject to minor amendment). A brief description of the event is provided below.
    CHAD & FPH Programme 2019

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  2. NSSU Exchange Programme 2019

    The is the Exchange Programme with Nippon Sport Science University (NSSU), our partner in Japan, for the registered students from Department of Sports.

    Return flight tickets for: Manchester, UK to Tokyo, Japan

    Estimated cost of the tickets per person: £700 maximum

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  3. Bioscience Student visit, Tampere

    The Biological Sciences department are offering students the opportunity to participate in an international visit to Tampere University in Finland. Return flights, transfers, luggage, accommodation with breakfast and basic insurance are included in the cost. A deposit of £150 is required to secure a place

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  4. Resource Centre – Fine Payments

    Pay your fines here for the Resource Centre. This will include late fees, damages to equipment or replacement items. Please check siso for the fine amount, or contact the Henrion Resource Centre directly via 01782 29 5777. Learn More
  5. Field course to Manchester (SOCY50570 - Researching Social Life)
  6. Developing The Scientific Practitioner Through A Connected Curriculum
    Staffordshire University Biological Science Department invites academic staff with an interest in biological and biomedical science, medical laboratory science and technology and clinical laboratory sciences to an IMOTION staff training week at our Stoke-on-Trent campus. During the three days we will visit health service and industry employers and discuss our collaborations with employers and professional bodies to develop a connected curriculum. The event coincides with International Pathology Day, during which we will celebrate the contributions of science to healthcare, and the event will run in conjunction with our “Connected Futures” week, an annual career-focused festival. During the event we invite you to engage with activities, share best practice and contribute to workshops. Learn More
  7. Peak District
    Wednesday 13 June 2018 Castleton is one of the most beautifully-situated villages in the Peak District. There are fabulous views created by its location on the cusp of the Peak District's breath-taking limestone and gritstone landscapes, whatever the weather, Castleton has something to offer visitors of all ages at any time of year. Additional Information: Leave campus: 9am Return to campus: no later than 5pm Price: £5.00 Please note, once booked, this fee is non-refundable Learn More
  8. Ear Care and Ear Irrigation Training (20/06/18)

    This workshop is an intensive full day course, which will include an update on the basic Anatomy and Physiology of the ear, how hearing works, care and examination of the ear and assessed practice irrigation on a model.

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  9. Stonehenge & Bath

    PG Trip to London on Thursday 12th April

    Visit to:  Bank of England - a guided tour, followed by a tour in the ‘square mile’ which includes the London Stock Exchange

    Limited to 25 places

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  10. Stonehenge & Bath

    Stonehenge is perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric moment. It was built around 5,000 years ago (that makes it older than the Egyptian Pyramids!) and today is a World Heritage Site. We’ll have enough time there to fully see the monuments and explore the visitor centre.


    Next we will head to nearby Bath, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its beautiful architecture, iconic sights and fascinating history, all of which has attracted visitors for thousands of years. You can pay to have a tour around the Roman Baths, the best preserved Roman remains in the world, or shop in the city centre or visit one of the many museums in the city centre


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