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The university has approved a merger of the School of Nursing and Midwifery with the School of Health Professions as the new School of Health Sciences. The merger came into effect in January 2014. You can access the website for the School of Health Professions at www.brighton.ac.uk/sohp.

Nurses and midwives: what's your next step?

Nurses and midwives: what's your next step?

Have you thought about becoming a health visitor or school nurse?

Our next available course starts in September 2014, and the application process for trust sponsorship will be open through NHS jobs from 3 February 2014.
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Water cannon: Dousing disorder or fatally fanning the flames?

Dr Chris Cocking, a senior lecturer at the University of Brighton today released a report on the possible psychological and physical effects of the use of water cannon.
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Doctoral College studentships valued at 60,000 each

Doctoral College studentships valued at £60,000 each

Building on an investment of £5 million over three years, the University of Brighton Doctoral College is providing 16 fully-funded research studentships starting in 2014. Each studentship will support full-time doctoral study over a three-year period.
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Painting unveiled to mark the first paediatric nursing course in Zambia

Painting unveiled to mark the first paediatric nursing course in Zambia

The School of Nursing and Midwifery has been presented with a painting of Zambian children to mark the development of the first paediatric nursing course in Zambia.
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Congratulations to our undergraduate prize winners

Congratulations to our undergraduate prize winners

Our congratulations go to three students who have won the annual School of Nursing and Midwifery prizes for 2013.
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Senior lecturer receives Community Engagement Award

Senior lecturer receives Community Engagement Award

Congratulations to Debbie Hatfield, senior lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery who was presented with one of the first staff Excellence in Community Engagement awards at the recent graduation ceremony held at the Brighton Dome.
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"I had reached a point in my life where I wanted to spend the majority of my time doing something that I felt was worthwhile, something that was people-orientated and not about making money. I also wanted a career with variety, where I would constantly be learning new things and have opportunities for professional progress as well as personal development. Nursing fulfils these criteria and lots more besides."

Jo Complin, Nursing BSc(Hons) - Adult branch

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