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Are you joining us in September for either Nursing or Midwifery? We have two groups for you to join to get to know others and ask us questions: Nursing - https://www.facebook.com/groups/760116330731231/ Midwifery - https://www.facebook.com/groups/557706464366440/ These groups are currently public but will be closed down to current students only when the courses start.
Please note, we are still accepting applications for Adult Nursing, Mental Health Nursing & Learning Disability Nursing through UCAS.
Check out our Twitter page for plenty of photos from last week's fantastic Food For Thought Event: https://twitter.com/NandM_Keele Thanks again to everyone who attended!
We have plenty of new events and news stories to tell you about such as our Keele Action Research Network and Drop In Open Event for Mental Health Nursing and Learning Disability Nursing Please check them out here: http://www.keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/newsevents/
Check out our Twitter page for photos from the Child Nursing - Play Workshop! Thanks to everyone who contributed! https://twitter.com/NandM_Keele
So who is coming to the Learning Disability Health Fayre TODAY?
Learning Disability Health Fayre - 10:00 - 15:00 - 6th February http://keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/newsevents/events/2015/title,127031,en.php We will be hosting a morning of fun activities looking at ways to promote health for people with learning disabilities.
Learning Disability Nursing Drop-In Open Evening Tuesday 10th February 17:00 - 20:00 Clinical Education Centre Why Should I Attend? To find out more about Learning Disability Nursing What Will I Do? Speak to Learning Disability Staff and Students about the course and see examples of their work Come along to the event and find out more! (Light refreshments provided) http://keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/newsevents/events/2015/title,126773,en.php
NEWS: - 90% of Keele’s research relating to the Allied Health Professions (Nursing, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy) has been judged world leading or internationally excellent in the 2014 Universities UK’s Research Excellence Framework. - Opportunities for first year student nurses in Research & Development http://keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/newsevents/
Welcome back to all our staff and students - We hope you all had fantastic holidays and wish you all a happy new year!
We would like to wish all our students and staff Seasons Greetings and a Happy New Year! See you all in January!
We are raising money for Children In Need with a cake sale in the foyer of the Clinical Education Centre. Satisfy your sweet tooth for a good cause!
Remember to also follow our Twitter page for the latest news, events and developments happening within the School of Nursing & Midwifery: https://twitter.com/NandM_Keele
We've had the following message and thought we would open it out to our followers to answer: "I'm in my second year looking at universities for midwifery especially at Keele. I was wondering if any students or qualified midwives can help me with advise on the best way to get a place and what I can do apart from getting the best grades to get noticed. Thanks in advance." Anyone got any tips before we make some suggestions?
We have vacancies for Learning Disability Nursing and are taking reserve lists for Adult and Mental Health. We have Adult vacancies for International applicants only. Call us on +44(0)1782 733000
Results day tomorrow - who's ready? Remember we're here if you need to talk. At present we only have spaces on your Learning Disability Nursing course.
Who's excited to get their results on Thursday? How will you be celebrating success?
IMPORTANT NOTICE for all our potential Clearing students for the 2014/2015 academic year: http://www.keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/newsevents/news/2014/importantnoticeforclearingstudents.php
Anyone Getting A-level results in Scotland today? How did you do? Let us know if you need to talk.
We are proud that you chose to undertake your Nursing and Midwifery studies with us at Keele and would love to hear your thoughts about the time you have spent with us. Why you choose Keele, what you feel your biggest successes have been, the obstacles you have conquered and how we have helped you achieve your goals... So let us know in the comment section :) Smart Minds choose Keele...help us spread the word!
Catch up with what has been going on at the school on the news section of our website.
Kieran Uttley, student learning disability nurse, travelled to Ghana earlier this year and visited a disability centre there as part of his elective placement. He kindly shared a glimpse of what he experienced with this video…
Last week Julie Green, a Lecturer here at the School of Nursing and Midwifery and an alumni, Vicki Smith (District Nurse Team Leader, Staffordshire Moorlands) spoke as part of the RCN District Nurses’ Forum debate. RCN District Nurses' Forum: (R) That this meeting of Congress calls on RCN Council to lobby for all district nurse caseload holders should have the specialist practitioner qualification (SPQ). Result: The resolution was passed. You can watch the debate (it seems to only work on desktops) here-
Here's a tour around the CEC for those thinking of visiting us soon (or those that have left us and miss us!). Our next open day is on August 21st 10:00 - 15:30, you can find out more here: http://www.keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/newsevents/events/2016/title,147865,en.php
Kate Lillie at Congress as a member of the steering group for the Pain & Palliative Care RCN Forum & Julie Green as a member of the steering group for the District Nursing RCN Forum. The event took place last week and it looks like it was a fantastic experience!
We very much enjoyed having the Donna Louise teddy bears visit us - see what they got up to in this video!
'There can never be enough emphasis on care, compassion and empathy as a nurse'. Don't miss out on the Midwifery and Nursing talks going on throughout the day- they're a great chance to hear about our courses and Keele University.
The Skills Lab is a must on Open Days, it's a great opportunity to see the sort of things you'll be doing during your degree.
Remember to pop into GF48 at the CEC to talk to our lecturers about the courses in more detail.
Open day is underway! Let us know what you think of the day 😊🏥
We’re ready for our Open Day tomorrow! :) If you can’t make it, check our Twitter and FB throughout the day, we will be posting so that you can see what we’re up to.
Last week the University celebrated those that have worked at Keele for 25 years or more. There’s a few familiar faces from the Nursing and Midwifery team 😊👏
What fantastic students we have! Read about the Midwifery Society raising money for our chosen charity of the year, The Donna Louise Children's Hospice.
Third year Mental Health Nursing student, Jessica Cooper has had an article published by Nursing Times. It focuses on her international placement in Tanzania. It's a fantastic piece and you can read it here.
Interested in Nursing? We still have places for Adult, Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing. Find out more here: http://www.keele.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery/undergraduatestudy/
Nursing Lecturers co-author article for the journal 'Practice Nurse', read the article here-
For #MensHealthWeek we asked staff and students to send in photos of what they do to beat stress. What do you recommend? #MHW2016
Well done everyone who took part in this! What a fantastic achievement and cause. #KeeleNursing #KeeleMidwifery
*** car wash & tea and cakes *** •Tittnesor village hall, 11/06/2016 •All money raised will be going to The Dementia Street charity at Bradwell hospital PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT OUR TEAM WORKING GROUP! 🙏🏼😀
Our first open day of the year is fast approaching! Book your place so you don't miss out.
Nurse lecturer joins Birmingham Diocese Nursing Team on pilgrimage to Lourdes - Last week, Dr. Julie Green, Lecturer in Nursing at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, joined a team of nurses, care assistants and Doctors on their annual pilgrimage to Lourdes from the Birmingham Diocese. The nursing and medical team work at the Accueil or hospital to care for sick pilgrims from Birmingham during their stay in Lourdes. The pilgrimage was a wonderful experience working as a part of welcoming, established team who annually support this pilgrimage. Julie joined the St Joseph's College pilgrimage by coach and had a great week! Last week, Dr. Julie Green, Lecturer in Nursing at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, joined a team of nurses, care assistants and Doctors on their annual pilgrimage to Lourdes from the Birmingham Diocese. The nursing and medical team work at the Accueil or hospital to care for sick pilgrims from Birmingham during their stay in Lourdes. The pilgrimage was a wonderful experience working as a part of welcoming, established team who annually support this pilgrimage. Julie joined the St Joseph's College pilgrimage by coach and had a great week!
If you’re starting in September, remember to join our official FB groups – Nursing: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1021876671215989/ Midwifery: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1045751188829163/
On Friday our year 2 Child, Learning Disabilities and Social Work students completed an Inter-Professional Learning day, focusing on facilitating Inter-professional working and collaborative practice.We hope they enjoyed the day!
ATTENTION all MEDICS, NURSES, HEALTH & SCIENCE STUDENTS & STAFF Alder Hey Hospital and The Brain Tumour Charity are hosting a National Childhood Brain Tumour Information day in Liverpool in Saturday 11th June 2016. It is a rare opportunity to hear from some of the world’s leading Neurosurgeons, Consultants, Nurses and Researchers. Headline speakers including Dr Mark Kieran from Harvard Medical School in Boston, Roger Packer from the Centre for Neuroscience and Behavioural Medicine in Washington, Michael Taylor from The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Helen Paisley and Lynda Brooke from Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool and Gillian Whitfield from The Christie, Manchester. We would like to open the event to all students and staff to provide a unique learning experience. Join us for this FREE event on Saturday 11th June at The Hilton in Liverpool with FREE lunch and refreshments. To find out more and to Register go to: http://bit.ly/NPIDliverpool
A very sunny looking CEC, hope you're all enjoying the weather! #KeeleBecause