Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery news
29 September 2023
Two delegations of senior representatives from Oxford Brookes University recently travelled to China and Kenya to attend graduation ceremonies at Chengdu University of Technology and Nairobi Hospice.
13 July 2023
An Oxford Brookes University academic says there is an urgent need for GP surgeries in the UK to do more to warn men of African and Caribbean heritage about the dangers of prostate cancer.
12 July 2023
The first ever international study of nurse cadet schemes, carried out by academics at Oxford Brookes University, shows how these schemes support the Government’s 50,000 Nurses programme.
20 June 2023
A student nurse from Oxford Brookes University who has received a Duke of Edinburgh gold award has told her incredible story of learning to walk again following major surgery.
02 June 2023
Oxford Brookes University has partnered with the NHS to develop web-based resources designed to tackle stress and support the mental health of nurses.
03 April 2023
Student paramedics, nurses and midwives at Oxford Brookes University can experience life-like emergency and urgent care scenarios thanks to a new simulation ambulance.
27 March 2023
More school nurses are needed to carry out vital child protection work, research by Oxford Brookes University and the University of Birmingham with the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust has revealed.
11 October 2022
Oxford Brookes University is offering free training sessions for its students and staff to come and learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) today, Tuesday 11 October 2022 as part of the Resuscitation Council’s UK’s Restart a Heart Day.
27 September 2022
Oxford Brookes University has climbed 4 places in the latest Guardian University Guide. The University is now ranked 42nd out of 121 UK institutions.
05 August 2022
Nursing students from Oxford Brookes University, Medical students from the University of Bristol and Combat Medical Technicians from MOD Lyneham took part in a pilot simulation training day of emergency trauma scenarios at the University’s Swindon Campus.