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Faculty lecturer, Ian Noonan, shortlisted for Most Innovative Teacher at Times Higher Education Awards 2014

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Ian Noonan, Department of Mental Health, has been shortlisted for the Most Innovative Teacher Award in the 2014 Times Higher Education (THE) Awards, for his work in leading the Faculty's Nursing and Humanities module.
Scholarships available for PG Dip students starting in September 2014

Scholarships available for PG Dip students starting in September 2014

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These scholarships are open to graduates with an Upper Second or First class degree, in a non-nursing subject, who are commencing a pre-registration nursing programme between 1 April 2014 and 1 April 2015
Professor Stephen Tee elected as Chair of the Healthcare Education Group

Professor Stephen Tee elected as Chair of the Healthcare Education Group

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Professor Steve Tee, Associate Dean Education, Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, has been elected as Chair of the prestigious Healthcare Education Group, led by Higher London
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Midwifery Seminar with Professor Billie Hunter: Resilience in UK midwifery: Insights and Questions

Midwifery Seminar with Professor Billie Hunter: Resilience in UK midwifery: Insights and Questions

Date
7 Oct 2014
Location
Nevin Lecture Theatre
Description
Midwifery Seminar with Professor Billie Hunter: 'Resilience in UK midwifery: insights and questions'
Nightingale Lecture with Professor Elizabeth Anionwu-Mary Seacole: International Nurse & Entrepreneur

Nightingale Lecture with Professor Elizabeth Anionwu-Mary Seacole: International Nurse & Entrepreneur

Date
20 Oct 2014
Location
B5 Auditorium
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Nightingale Lecture with Professor Elizabeth Anionwu: Mary Seacole: International Nurse & Entrepreneur
Midwifery Seminar with Professor Hannah Dahlen

Midwifery Seminar with Professor Hannah Dahlen

Date
23 Oct 2014
Location
B5 Auditorium
Description
Midwifery Seminar with Professor Hannah Dahlen:Using population based linked data to answer questions about morbidity associated with common interventions in childbirth
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