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On the 11th June, Luther Street Medical Centre in Oxford hosted a visit by our Public Health students.
Jane Appleton talks us through the Think Baby e-learning tool, which has recently been rolled out to health students across the UK.
3rd year midwifery student Tori Fleet talks us through a recent Oxford Brookes University Maternal and Women's Public Health (OxBUMP) event: the Zumba4Bump group’s Zumbathon!
Kelechi Udoh (MSc Public Health graduate 2014) tells us what he’s been up to since graduating...
Dr Maimuna Nana Sandah-Abubakar (MSc Public Health graduate and Graduate Speaker 2014) gives an update on her life after Brookes.
Brookes Midwifery, Community and Public Health staff Ethel Burns and Lesley Smith have developed an innovative new e-learning tool to help midwives estimate blood loss in waterbirth settings.
On Tuesday 6 March, Kirsten Baker (Senior Lecturer in Midwifery) attended the Royal College of Midwives Awards Ceremony representing Progress Theatre.
Researchers at Oxford Brookes University are working with Pancreatic Cancer UK to undertake a UK-wide survey for patients affected by pancreatic cancer to determine the impact of the disease on their quality of life and whether the care and information they receive is sufficient to help them to manage this.
The specialist community public health nursing programme at Oxford Brookes has been awarded a Certificate of Commitment by Unicef UK in recognition of plans to achieve Baby Friendly accreditation.
Andrew MacCallum, Interim Chief Nursing Officer at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been announced as the Director of the newly launched Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery.