The Division of Nursing operates within the School of Health Sciences and manages the operational delivery of high quality teaching and learning, research, consultancy and commercialisation activities in line with the University Strategy and the School operational plan.
This role will make a significant contribution to advancing our work in interdisciplinary healthcare education and research, with a particular focus on public health and wellbeing in pre- and post-registration programmes. Our ‘public health and wellbeing’ pathway in our person-centred healthcare masters framework adopts a broad perspective of public health with a focus on well-being and human flourishing set within an overarching person-centred philosophy that underpins all our programmes.
The School of Health Sciences is committed to providing academic programmes that integrate university and clinical based study to enable nurses and other health care professionals of the future to have high intellectual and practice abilities. The School, with its breath of health care professional programmes, (Nursing, Podiatry, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Art Therapies, Dietetics and Nutrition) is in a unique position to develop opportunities for multi-professional and inter-disciplinary learning, teaching and research at both undergraduate and post graduate levels.
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