IIHS launches new study programmes in Psychology, Nutrition and Paramedic disciplines

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The International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS), a pioneer in providing specialised education tailored to the evolving needs of the healthcare sector, has introduced several study programmes in Psychology, Nutrition and Paramedic Disciplines.

BSc. (Hons) in Psychology, BSc. (Hons) in Forensic Psychology and BSc. (Hons) in Sports and Exercise Psychology are some of the newly introduced programmes.

Aligning with the evolving needs of the healthcare sector, they not only underscore the commitment of IIHS to stay at the forefront of educational evolution in South Asia but also aim to produce highly skilled professionals ready to meet the demands of the healthcare landscape.

IIHS has also introduced a transformative Nutrition programme, with the view of empowering students with a deep understanding of nutritional science.

The Certificate in Sports Nutrition and Certificate in Fundamentals of Food Science programmes awarded by IIHS are incorporated with hands-on labs, real-world case studies, and collaboration with industry experts, where students can gain practical skills that empower them to revolutionise the field.

In addition, the BSc (Hons.) in Paramedic Science programme offered by the IIHS is designed to shape the next generation of healthcare professionals.

The programme emphasises on critical thinking, rapid decision-making, and effective communication, rounding up future healthcare professionals to make a lasting impact on the industry.

“With these programmes, we equip students with a profound understanding of human behaviour, mental processes, and emotional well-being under various disciplines. The programmes are offered by the Coventry University (UK). We position students at the forefront of the industry with a dynamic fusion of theory and clinical learning. We invite those interested to join us as we embark on a dynamic journey committed to reshaping the future of healthcare.” said IIHS Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe.