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In this interview, nursing students Pedro Simas and Raluca Vagner talk about what it means to them to be shortlisted for this prestigious award. And they expand on the importance of their innovative project...
All our nursing students are trained to make a difference in their professions, but second year student Sarah Elliott recently proved she’s a hero even when relaxing on a beach.
Charlotte Yeatman, Teaching Fellow in Nursing (Mental Health), reports back on the Loving Vincent screening at the Oxford Human Rights Festival.
Brookes Midwifery, Community and Public Health staff Ethel Burns and Lesley Smith have developed an innovative new e-learning tool to help midwives estimate blood loss in waterbirth settings.
Huge congratulations are due to award-winner Louise Steer. After completing a foundation degree through Oxford Brookes, Swindon College and Great Western Hospitals, she has recently been named as the South West’s Higher Apprentice of the Year!
On Tuesday 6 March, Kirsten Baker (Senior Lecturer in Midwifery) attended the Royal College of Midwives Awards Ceremony representing Progress Theatre.
Earlier this month, Swindon Adult Nursing programme lead Rachel Skittrall and Operating Department Practice programme lead Nigel Conway did their first Facebook Live broadcast.
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.