Wednesday 20th November marked the beginning of an exciting chapter for the first year Oxford Brookes University nursing students based at Swindon.
Students studying healthcare and social work at Oxford Brookes University have praised staff from the NHS, Social Care and Social Services in the Placement of the Year Awards 2019.
Oxford Brookes University is to partner with Swindon College as one of 12 new Institutes of Technology to be created across the country.
Big congratulations go to Obrey Alexis, Julie Young and Helen Baker for their recent success with the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
Our most heartfelt congratulations go to Helen Cowan (nee Goddard), who has recently been made a Senior Fellow at Cochrane UK.
Recent graduate Julie Cracknell (BSc Adult Nursing - Swindon) is the star of a new video to promote Swindon Learning Town.
Dr Sue Schutz tells us about the recent Sigma Theata Tau European Conference, at which she won an award for Best Presentation!
Mesothelioma UK has awarded a grant for £25,000 to a senior researcher from the Oxford Brookes University, for research into improving follow up care for UK patients with mesothelioma, the asbestos-related cancer.
Christie Roberts recently attended the Florence Nightingale Foundation's student event. From her account here, it sounds like a fascinating and emotional event.