Our multi-disciplinary health research rethinks the way primary care is delivered to people locally, nationally and globally - from advancing hypertensive patient self-care to utilising big data for new insights into antibiotics.
Through our taught courses and research-based programmes, we are committed to training aspiring health researchers and effective clinicians, and nurturing the next generation of innovators in health sciences.
Our world-leading research programmes and collaborations engage with industry, patients, the public, and health professionals to drive forward evidence-based healthcare.
Ranked top in the UK for primary care research.
90% of research impacts considered outstanding (REF 2014).
Unhealthy Times of Kings & Queens
Explore the madness of George III, the decline of Henry VIII and the effect of over treating Charles II.
Assisted smoking reduction trial
Do you want to cut down your smoking, but are not ready to quit? This Oxford University Trial is looking for volunteers.
A great place to work
We actively promote a culture that supports a healthy work–life balance, this includes provisions to support family-friendly working.
From our experts
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What outcomes should researchers select, collect, and report in pre-eclampsia research? A qualitative study exploring the views of women with lived experience of pre-eclampsia
Duffy J. et al, (2019), BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Collins EIM. et al, (2019), Appetite, 132, 122 - 130