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Aston University launches degree in nursing starting in 2023

Aston University has launched a degree in nursing with its first intake starting its three-year course in September 2023. Approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), the Nursing Studies


Recent meta-analysis shows babies born to Black mothers in rich countries twice as likely to die in first weeks of life

Largest analysis of perinatal outcomes finds disparities in outcomes based on race and ethnicity in high and upper-middle income countries Babies born to Black mothers in richer countries are more


Health Education England welcomes new UCAS nursing figures

Health Education England welcomes the news that more than 29,000 applicants have accepted onto places to study nursing. New figures released by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) show


University of Huddersfield receives approval for first building on new National Health Innovation Campus

The University of Huddersfield is delighted to have received the green light to start work on the first new building of its National Health Innovation Campus. At a time when


Latest data on cervical screening shows 15.5% increase in number of people being tested in 2021-22

New annual figures on cervical screening show 3.50m individuals aged 25 to 64 were tested in 2021-22, up 15.5% on 2020-21. NHS Digital has recently published its Cervical Screening Programme, England


Wrexham Maelor Hospital evaluates clinical use of PLGF point-of-care testing for pre-eclampsia

Dr Lynda Verghese, pictured right, Consultant Obstetrician and Maternal Medicine Lead, and Dr Yee Ping Teoh, pictured left, Consultant Clinical Biochemist, based at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, along with Dawn Hannah,