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14 October is Allied Health Professions (AHP) Day. Physiotherapy students, Ysi Henry and Amar Dhani, recently helped develop the future strategy for AHPs in England, entitled ‘AHPs into Action’.
At St George's, University of London you can do research and clinical work on our large campus and major university teaching hospital – all on one site.
Other benefits of choosing our institution for your academic training are:
you'll have access to expert training and the chance to develop generic transferable skills
you can study for higher qualifications including the Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare and Biomedical Education, Postgraduate Certificate in Genomics, Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Research Skills and Methods, MSc in Sports Cardiology, and various MDRes and PhD programmes
you'll be able to interact with other highly skilled leading-edge scientists and world-leading research covering areas such as infection and immunity, cardiac sciences and population health.
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