Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) is an Anglican new university in Canterbury, Kent, England.
It has four academic faculties :
The CHU Rouen Normandie is a group of five hospitals in the Normandie region.
Its main goals are healthcare, education, research and prevention.
Cornwall Mobility is a charity, dedicated to providing a broad range of specialist equipment and services to people in the South West who are disabled or face mobility challenges.
they are located in truro next to the Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske.
Transaction, customization et adaptation of wheelchair and tailor-made device which increases the autonomy.
Works with trusted brands as DGK Medical, Ego Diffusion and Icare, to provide a high quality service.
The Europe and Health Programme began in April 2001, based at the University of Kent, with an initial two-year programme of research and development funded by the National Health Service (NHS) Kent Health Authorities.
Today, it become a stand-alone Social Enterprise (a not-for-profit-company) and continue to bring learning, practice and policy to the local health community.
Created in 1966, INSA Rennes is a member of the INSA Group, the leading French network of state graduate and post graduate engineering schools, composed of 6 schools in France, 7 partner schools and 1 international INSA in Morocco.
Research and innovation are the key elements of INSA training, which benefits from the expertise of its 130 professors and lecturers . With six laboratories of international renown, three technological platforms and numerous industrial partners, INSA Rennes stands out for two poles of excellence: Information & Communication Science & Technologies / Materials, Structures & Mechanics.
We are one of 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) in England.
We're a membership organisation working for NHS, higher education, local government and industry organisations in Kent, Surrey and Sussex to spread innovation, improve health and generate economic growth.
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest hospital trusts in England. It runs the Kent and Canterbury Hospital (Canterbury), William Harvey Hospital (Ashford), Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital (Margate), Buckland Hospital (Dover), and the Royal Victoria Hospital (Folkestone) - and some outpatient facilities in the East Kent and Medway areas in England.
It is a teaching Trust involved in the education and training of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, with local universities and Kings College University in London.
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust is the organisation which runs Derriford Hospital, and the recently (2013) co-located Royal Eye Infirmary (REI), as well as the Child Development Centre in Plymouth, Devon. The trust is an NHS trust that provides secondary health services in Plymouth and surrounding areas.
It is one of six centres used by the Defence Medical Services.
The Pôle Saint-Hélier is a Physical Medicine & re-education Centre, run by the Saint-Hélier hospital association.
It had a multidisciplinary team, specialised in different business lines (orthopedic, neurological, trauma, amputee re-education, re-adaptation and rehabilitation).
Pôle TES (Secured Electronic Transactions), is a competitive cluster dedicated to technological innovation.
Within the Normandy, it regroups small, medium and large companies, research laboratories, training institution, territorial collectivities... around matters relating to new technologies in four sectors : E-agriculture, eHealth, E tourism and E collectivity.
The Réseau Breizh Paralysie Cérébrale (Cerebral Palsy Breton Network), assure actions targeted to users (specialised consult, therapy education program, information meeting ...) and to health professionnals (formation, multidisciplinary encounters, working groups ...).
It is also involved in technological innovation favoring access to care, the maintenance of autonomy and life quality of people with cerebral palsy.
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The Jules Verne University of Picardie offer four domains of formation :
University College London (UCL) is a public research university in London, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London. It is the third largest university in the United Kingdom by total enrollment, and the largest by postgraduate enrollment.
UCL has made cross-disciplinary research a priority and orientates its research around four "Grand Challenges", Global Health, Sustainable Cities, Intercultural Interaction and Human Wellbeing.
The University of Kent (formerly the University of Kent at Canterbury), abbreviated as UKC, is a semi-collegiate public research university based in Kent, United Kingdom.
The University is divided into three faculties, humanities, sciences and social sciences.