School of Health, Nursing & Midwifery

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UWS Students and Alzheimer Scotland on Song for Dementia Awareness Week

A project that brings together students and people living with dementia together to turn life experiences into emotive songs is helping to break down misconceptions related to the condition.

Events

Dementia Friendly Churches, how churches can help create a dementia friendly community

Tuesday, 12 July 2016 2:00 PM - Tuesday, 12 July 2016 4:00 PM

The seminar defines ‘dementia friendly churches’ and reviews various practical assessment, training and web resources that have been used to promote the creation of dementia friendly churches.

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    Do you really want to make a difference to people’s lives?

    The School of Health, Nursing and Midwifery offers a wide range of innovative and exciting health and social care, nursing and midwifery undergraduate, postgraduatepart time and continued personal development courses to help you achieve your ambitions.

    Visit the about us section to find out more about our teaching, research and other educational activities. 

  • UWS Research Studentships 2016

    UWS Funded Studentships are now available for application; the next start date for funded studentships is the 1st October 2016. Check the school listings in the Graduate School section of the website for a full list of studentships available this year. Please note the closing date for applications for all Studentships (bar one) is 15 May 2016.

    To be eligible for all UWS funded studentships you must be a Home/EU student. Non-EU students can apply, but will not receive the stipend and will be required to pay fees.



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  • UWS Professional Doctorate (DProf.)

    Looking to undertake an advanced but applied research degree; check out our Professional Doctorate degree: 

    Professional Doctorate (DProf.)

    Professional doctorates are an alternative to the traditional PhD research degree and combine taught elements with applied research to a particular professional domain.

    For more information contact our DProf. course enquiries team:

    E: cpl@uws.ac.uk