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The future of medical education

Issues surrounding the NHS and health provision are a regular feature in the UK media. With fresh challenges on the horizon, how will medical schools need to adapt over the coming years? Professor Colin Macdougall, Head of the MB ChB at Warwick, shares his thoughts.

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The growing demand for prehospital critical care

How are ambulance services in the UK evolving to meet the needs of an NHS under increasing pressure? Michael Smyth, Clinical Research Fellow at WMS, shares his thoughts.


Exploring digital interventions in mental health services

Could the use of digital technology help to reduce the increasing pressure on mental health services? Members of our Mental Health and Wellbeing team share their thoughts.


Investigating Asherman's Syndrome

Dr Bee Tan tells us about his research investigating Asherman's Syndrome, a rare condition that can cause infertility and miscarriage.


Reducing patient reliance on opioids

Dr Harbinder Sandhu tells us about a new trial she's running looking to reduce patient use of opioids - strong pain relief medication.


Multiple miscarriage research

Professor Brosen's research focuses on the role of steroid hormone signalling in the human endometrium, especially in the context of prevalent reproductive disorders such as infertility, endometriosis and endometrial cancer.



What is a Pro-Dean for Education?

Professor Lesley Roberts has been the Pro-Dean of Education at Warwick Medical School since 2014, responsible for the delivery of all our education programmes. In this video she tells us about her role and what she most enjoys about working here.