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Learn alongside highly regarded researchers
Providing comprehensive undergraduate, postgraduate, taught and research programmes in public and environmental health.
The Public Health Institute is home to an innovative, evidenced-based portfolio of taught programmes and internationally-renowned research.
As an undergraduate student you can take on a real-life project in the workplace to help develop your professional skills and knowledge base. This will give you the much-needed edge when it comes to applying for work in the sector. Take a look at our careers information to discover the sort of future you could have in public health and other health-related fields.
If you’re interested in studying at a postgraduate level you’ll be given the chance to study public health in a multidisciplinary and research-informed learning environment. You’ll enhance your understanding of the people and processes involved in promoting public health and reducing health inequalities.
Find out what course best suit your interests and aspirations:
Develop a broad-based understanding of health and its social and environmental determinantsFind out more
This innovative course examines the evidence base of harms and risks relating to addictions and how to reduce them and is delivered by leading experts from LJMU's Public Health InstituteFind out more
Explore fascinating postgraduate research opportunities at LJMU’s Public Health Institute which specialises in applied research and educational programmes, addressing health issues at all levels from policy development to service delivery.Find out more
This well-established Public Health MSc offers a research-informed learning environment which reflects the latest sector developments and is delivered by leading experts in this fascinating fieldFind out more
We also offer the following continuous professional development courses in public health.
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The Public Health Institute is at the forefront of applied research and plays a significant role in the University’s research strategy. The Institute is firmly committed to a multidisciplinary approach to public health and works with international organisations such as the World Health Organization and national bodies, for example the National Institute of Health Research, Department of Health, Home Office and National Institute for Health and Care and Excellence to name a few. On a local level the Institute not only collaborates closely with health services but with local authorities, judicial bodies, environmental services and community groups. The Faculty's postgraduate research department is based within the Public Health Institute.
The Institute has a diverse range of staff with a wealth of expertise in a variety of health and applied social science disciplines to support you through your studies.
Need more information about our courses?
If you have an enquiry about our learning or research programmes please get in touch with us directly or via our online form. See our PhD studies page for further information about what we can offer you and the type of studies our PhD students undertake.