School of Health Sciences

New Year, New Career – become a nurse with Brighton in Jan 2018.

Nursing is a demanding career but in return it can give you real job satisfaction and a wide range of career opportunities, it takes commitment, intellectual ability, a desire to care for others, compassion and teamwork to be a nurse. At Brighton you will spend 50% of your time gaining professional experience through placements with…

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Joanna Woollard wins ‘Clinician of the Year Award’ at the Oscars!

Pardon the pun – but University of Brighton Podiatry students are literally ‘one foot ahead of the rest!’… It’s not every day that you can say that you have been to the Oscars, picked up your very own award and rubbed shoulders with Olympic hurdles silver medallist and former world champion Colin Jackson CBE! However…

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Managing Change – M level module

Overview The module is designed to help practitioners and managers develop insight and critical awareness of change management theories and frameworks, and their application to the organisational setting in leading and managing change. The students’ practice settings and experience will provide the context for learning.

The University of Brighton receives £50,000 funding for Integrated Clinical Academic Programme 2015-16

The University of Brighton is once again the sole provider for the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)/Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex (HE KSS) Integrated Clinical Academic Programme for 2015-16.

Centre for Health Research awarded 30 Clinical Research studentships

The National Institute for Health Research has awarded the university funding for 30 MRes Clinical Research studentships over three years with cohorts of 10 students starting in September 2015, 2016 and 2017. Students will be able to complete their course either full-time over one year or part-time over two years.

Nursing Student wins scholarship

Future Finance Loan Corporation has awarded a scholarship to University of Brighton nursing student Caroline Spence as part of a campaign to help fund students in higher education.

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