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Two pairs of Brookes students have made the papers recently, as our Swindon Campus is now happy to host two mother/daughter teams on their nursing course.
On Tuesday 23 January, staff from the Department of Nursing, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust presented their joint research project on the role of assistant practitioners.
Congratulations to Paul Ong and Rachel Skittrall on the publication of their new book, 'Gastrointestinal Nursing: A Lifespan Approach'.
Florence Nightingale Foundation travel scholarships are awarded to registered Nurses and Midwives who wish to study an aspect of nursing practice overseas or in another area of the UK.
Professor Alistair Fitt, Vice-Chancellor at Oxford Brookes, has commented on today’s government announcement of extra training places for an additional 1,500 doctors and 10,000 nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (AHP).
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.
30 year nine school pupils gained a realistic insight into the work of frontline NHS staff in a simulation event at Oxford Brookes' Swindon Campus yesterday (5 July).
Healthcare and social work students at Oxford Brookes University have recognised staff from the NHS, Social Care and Social Services in the Placement of the Year Awards this week (27th June 2017.
An innovative and exciting new collaboration was celebrated yesterday (20 June) with the official launch of the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Oxford Brookes has received the sad news that former human rights lawyer and long-time Swindon resident Lord Joel Joffe has died.