Focus on Chiropractic: Series of Interactive Talks

The School of Chiropractic is excited to invite you to a series of interactive talks, designed to give you an insight into your studies and the Chiropractic profession.

This series also gives you an opportunity to meet some of your lecturers and get to know each other.

The first session will take place on Monday 6th July at 7pm GMT and we'll then broadcast every Wednesday at 7pm GMT thereafter throughout July. 

The talks will take place on the following dates. Sessions will be recorded, so if you can’t make it you can view them at your convenience:

1st July – An Introduction to The School of Chiropractic, The Chiropractic Family and Where You Can Go with Your Degree

Presented by Philip Dewhurst, Head of School, and Hazel Jensen, Lecturer in Clinical Sciences.

8th July - Medical Ethics and Morals and the Expectations of a Professional

Presented by Melanie Craig, Lecturer in Clinical Sciences, Emily Norton, Lecturer in Clinical Sciences, and special guest Daniel Heritage, Senior Clinical Tutor.

15th July - Musculoskeletal Public Health: Where is Chiropractic within the Healthcare Community?

Presented by Hazel Jensen, Lecturer in Clinical Sciences, Sarah Rogers, Lecturer in Clinical Sciences and special guest Sabina Stanescu.

22nd July – What is Research and Why do we Need It?

Presented by Michelle Holmes, Lecturer in Research Methods, Alistair DuRose, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Sciences, and special guest Amy Miller, PhD candidate.

29th July - Applicant Led Session - your Goals and Aspirations plus a Q+A with academic staff

Presented by Philip Dewhurst, Head of School and academic staff.

Join a Talk

Each of these talks will be held via Zoom. If you would like to attend, simply email and we will supply you with the Zoom meeting logins.