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University of Central Lancashire

The School provides a supportive environment for students and staff to develop their full potential and stimulates health and well-being within individuals and communities through dynamic, high quality education, research and knowledge transfer.

Approximately 200 academic staff and fifty administrative and support staff, together facilitate a range of taught undergraduate and post graduate modular based programmes and research degrees with over 5000 students. The school portfolio is developed collaboratively with partners in response to national policy and local needs, focusing on students developing evidence based knowledge, skills and person centred values in preparation for employment. Programmes are offered in nursing, midwifery, operating department practice, paramedic practice, counselling and psychological therapies, public health and complementary therapies. Courses are approved and monitored by professional statutory regulatory bodies.

In the Research Assessment Exercise (2008) Nursing and Midwifery research in the school was recognised as being within the top nine UK universities, with over 50% regarded as international standing. The school has a large professoriate working within specialist teams engaged in applied health care research, contributing to enhancement of policy and care delivery. Research funding has been secured through a variety of National, European and International sources.

The school provides bespoke workshops, consultancy, service evaluations, contract research and international conferences and has six nationally funded Knowledge Transfer Partnerships. The school was shortlisted for the Times Higher leadership and management awards 2010 for knowledge transfer activity. For more information visit the school web pages at: www.uclan.ac.uk/schools/school_of_health

The school is committed to development of staff through an academic staff induction and continuing professional development programme, recognised as good practice when monitored by the NMC in 2010. It is for this reason that the school is pleased to have the opportunity to support the 2013 Student Nursing Times Lecturer Award.


  • Delight at University of Huddersfield over nursing awards

    Nursing and midwifery students at the University of Huddersfield are in line for major awards from one of the country’s most respected journals.

    Doune student rewarded for hard work

    Hilary O'Donnell (44) has been shortlisted for a prize in the Student Nursing Times Awards 2014.

    'We were recognised as an integral part of the future of nursing'

    Attending the Student Nursing Times Awards ceremony was an exhilarating experience.

    Student Nurses don't often get the opportunity to celebrate their work

    I was so honoured and privileged to be asked to be a part of the Student Nursing Times Awards.

    Five reasons why you should enter yourself for a Student Nursing Times Award

    "What? You have to enter yourself? I couldn't do that?"

    I have never been so proud as when judging the Student Nursing Times Awards

    I can honestly say I have never been so proud of the profession I have entered

     
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