School of Allied Health Sciences
The School of Allied Health Sciences plays an essential role in the modern health environment. With people becoming more technically advanced the expectation for high-quality healthcare services is at an all-time high.
SAHS meets that need by providing professionals who are particularly prepared to contribute to the healthcare industry and are armed with the knowledge of the latest developments in their field and concrete experience with patients or serving the community.
The School of Allied Health Sciences is deeply committed to enhancing and advancing the quality of life for people everywhere by discovering, practising and applying knowledge related to healthcare sciences. It aims to provide â€œthe highest quality learning environmentâ€ to its students and houses the Allied Health Clinics, which provide Exercise Physiology, Dietetics, Physiotherapy and Speech Pathology clinical services to the public. This clinic gives placement opportunities to Allied Health students.
After completing this programme, graduates of the program are able to
- Gain Proficiency in oral and written communication including knowledge of techniques and protocol for business communications.
- Have an ability to use critical and strategic thinking in analysing, synthesising, and assessing various cases, research publications and that reports addressing the current topics and issues of the healthcare industry.
- Have an understanding of the skills and concepts associated with the delivery of health care services and the interdisciplinary characteristics of the health care management profession.
- Gain experience of practical application of the knowledge and skills while gaining experience through residency/visits to a variety of health care agencies and organisations.
- The ability to apply critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and utilise strategic decision-making tools.
- A meticulously designed curriculum with deliberations from top professionals and academic bodies with an aim to nurture industry ready employable workforce
- A 900-bed super-speciality parent hospital with all modern facilities and experienced faculty.
- Interactive sessions, workshops, seminars, paper presentation and quizzes conducted by the department.
- A continuous formative assessment of our students and provide constructive feedback to the students after each formative assessment and organise remedial sessions if required.
- Early exposure to the hospital environment with hands-on training to our students.