Dr Burgess presents her work on community involvement in global mental health at conference on the ethics of community engagement at the University of Oxford.

London Met graduates of the Public Health and Health Promotion BSc win first and fourth place at the annual awards ceremony.

Women's empowerment in public health discussed in South African university by London Met lecturer Dr. Rochelle Burgess

Students from Youth Work, Youth Studies and other social care courses have organised a campaign with KORI, a community charity, to fund education for young people living The Gambia.

Professionals from health, community development and housing came together at London Met on 27 March 2015.

Achieving success in housing job interviews

Centre for Primary Health and Social Care

Welcome to the Centre which is part of the large multi-disciplinary Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.

Working closely with health, social care, independent and voluntary sectors, we offer project management, practice development, research and evaluation as well as specialist inter-professional education and training packages to support career progression. Our activities support the development of best practice and outcomes in health and social care working in partnership with our key stakeholders and especially service users.

Our mission

To provide high quality educationresearch and consultancy which situates health in its social, political and economic context, promoting wellbeing and challenging barriers to social exclusion.

We are committed to an ethical approach to all we do which is reflected in our values.

Contact us:
Centre for Primary Health and Social Care
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
London Metropolitan University
Tower Building, Room BEU1-09
166-220 Holloway Road
London N7 8DB
United Kingdom



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