Trailblazing graduates set their sights on leadership roles in nursing and midwifery
The future leaders in midwifery and nursing are set to be the first to graduate from trailblazing courses at the University of Leicester.
Leicester expert informs report into NHS and care workforce crisis
Research from the University of Leicester has informed a high-profile government report on staff recruitment, training and retention rates in...
Student midwives add to support for Leicester families
A student-led project to support expectant Leicester mothers has been given a funding boost in celebration of International Day of the Midwife.
Refugee Week: an opportunity for refugees and asylum seekers with a background in medicine
An initiative to provide refugee and asylum seeking doctors and nurses an opportunity to gain a key language qualification is being spearheaded at...
Leicester professor receives prestigious midwifery award
Professor Jayne Marshall, Foundation Professor of Midwifery in the School of Allied Health Professions at the University of Leicester, was awarded...
Enhancing end of life care for BAME patients
University works with local charity LOROS Hospice and Leicester’s Hospitals to better understand the care needs of Black, Asian and Minority...
Teddy bears to teach children about paw health
Cuddly toys and their owners, young and old, are invited to receive a special health check at the University’s free family fun day marking the...
Foundation Professor of midwifery receives national honour
A midwifery academic from Leicester has received a national honour from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) for her contribution to midwifery...
First Professors of Nursing and Midwifery herald unique new courses
Leicester has taken the first steps in establishing a new centre for nursing and midwifery expertise with the appointment of two Foundation...