School of Health Sciences

Nursing in Nepal – international placements

As part of our commitment to providing a global perspective to nursing and midwifery education, we offer a range of international English-speaking exchange placements to our nursing (adult, child and mental health), midwifery and paramedic practice BSc students. All of our international placements are fully supported and academically credited. Children’s nursing student Sabrina Barnes took an…

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New nursing students to benefit from dedicated skills zones for independent practice

If you are thinking about studying adult nursing with us this September or February, you will now be able to practice your skills independently in a safe environment in our new skills zones. Located at the university’s Falmer and Eastbourne campuses, the zones – or open access areas – will provide adult, child and mental health nursing undergraduate students…

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New book launched to support UG nursing students learning on placement

Jessica Mills, Senior Lecturer – Nursing Academic Programme and Course Lead –  Nursing BSc(Hons) and Darren Brand, Senior Lecturer in adult nursing,  have recently published a new book, mapped closely to Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards, it is designed to support pre-registration nursing students on their placements.   Our undergraduate nursing students spend 50% of their course learning…

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