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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.
Two members of the Midwifery, Community and Public Health and OxINMAHR team have been commissioned to run a new study by Pancreatic Cancer UK.
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.
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.
The 4th Placement of the Year Awards Ceremony was held on the 28th of June, in The Lounge, John Henry Brookes Building at Headington Campus to celebrate excellence in student placement provision by health and social care service providers.
In May, the Oxford Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC), published its second annual report.
Oxford Brookes University has received funding to recruit 60 additional Nursing and 8 additional Operating Department Practice (ODP) students at their Ferndale Campus in Swindon.
An academic at Oxford Brookes University has been awarded the title of Queen's Nurse. Jennifer Kirman is currently the course leader for Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (health visiting and school nursing), District Nursing and Community Children’s nursing. Awarded by the Queen's Nursing Institute, the application to be a Queen's Nurse is open to community nurses working in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.