An alternative way of using a midwifery degree

The MClin Res Clinical Research course at Manchester is for qualified nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and all other non-medical and dental healthcare professionals who have an interest in clinical research. It offers students who graduate in the aforementioned degrees an alternative career path to the one in which their degree sends them.  Midwifery graduate, … More An alternative way of using a midwifery degree

Children’s Nursing: My journey so far

Children’s Nursing graduate, Sarah Worthington, is currently working as a staff nurse on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Manchester Foundation Trust. Two years on since leaving Manchester, Sarah details below how the University equipped her with the skills and knowledge to succeed in children’s nursing and explains more about what her work involves on … More Children’s Nursing: My journey so far

My second year nursing placement in a community setting

The Adult Nursing degree at Manchester involves students undertaking a number of placements over three years in both hospital and community settings. Second-year student, Adelyn Gumbo, has recently finished a community placement with band 6 Active Case Managers (ACMs) in Gorton and Levenshulme. The placement was a real head-turner for Adelyn and was an experience … More My second year nursing placement in a community setting

“What are you doing your Master’s in again?” An insight in to Medical Humanities

Medicine and humanities. Two subjects typically on opposite ends of the academic spectrum but fused together at the University of Manchester to create one, unique postgraduate degree. To explain more about the course we asked current student, Amy Turner, to give us the lowdown… I am currently coming towards the end of my one-year master’s … More “What are you doing your Master’s in again?” An insight in to Medical Humanities