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Thousands of students at Oxford Brookes University are set to benefit from a £2 million investment into new technology-enhanced facilities and simulation equipment with a grant awarded from the Office for Students (OfS).
Two members of healthcare staff at Oxford Brookes University have won national awards for their outstanding contribution and dedication to health and social care.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a spotlight on the incredible work that nurses do on a daily basis, as well as the research undertaken around the world and the impact this has on health and social care.
Community nurses from across the nation are launching a new project to give patients, carers and healthcare professionals the opportunity to have their say about the future of community nursing research.
Within days of the arrival of coronavirus in the UK, the value of frontline health staff came to dominate headlines. The importance of nurses became apparent – against a backdrop of 40,000 vacancies and ongoing debates about recruitment, retention, pay and inequality.
A UK-wide study, Cov-ed Nurse, led by the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery at Oxford Brookes University will investigate the experiences of student nurses on placement in the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Oxford Brookes University nursing graduate has been named the winner of the Patient’s Choice category at the Royal College of Nursing (RCNi) Awards 2020 at a virtual event last night (8th October).
Staff from across Oxford Brookes have joined together to thank the University’s fantastic nursing students, staff and alumni for their care, compassion and expertise on the front-line.
Anneliese Dodds MP visited Oxford Brookes' Headington Campus on Friday (7 February 2020) as the University welcomed its 200th Nursing Associate.
Nursing is undervalued both in status and pay and until both are enhanced, the UK will continue to experience severe nursing shortages, according to a new study.