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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.
An Oxford Brookes University student is in contention for a national award recognising the pioneering work of the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Physical and psychological support for patients with the deadliest common cancer are not being met according to the first ever UK survey into the experiences of people with pancreatic cancer.
Nursing Associate Trainee Mahrya Zulfaqar is one of fifteen individual apprentices shortlisted in the 2019 Oxfordshire Apprenticeship Awards.
This event offered an excellent opportunity for our hard-working PhD students to showcase their work and receive feedback from a wider audience. In addition to inspiring talks and informative posters, it was also a great chance to talk to trusted suppliers who kindly agreed to sponsor the event.
Over 100 students are beginning the new Nursing Associate Higher Apprenticeship at Oxford Brookes this academic year, with the first cohort having already arrived.
Our congratulations go to Dr Obrey Alexis at Oxford Brookes University who is a senior lecturer within Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery on winning a prestigious Mary Seacole Award.
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 (http://www.swindonlearningtown.com).