Council of Deans of Health Scotland

Council of Deans of Health Scotland is the independent and strategic voice of education and research for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals in Scotland’s universities.

Our members are:

  • Providing educational solutions to workforce challenges in health and social care
  • Educating the next generation of healthcare professionals
  • Contributing to world class research and innovation
  • Working with organisations across Scotland to promote the contribution of education and research to high quality care

CoDH Scotland works closely with organisations such as the Scottish Government, NHS Education Scotland, Universities Scotland and the Scottish Funding Council on issues of relevance to the sector.

Convenor: Professor Fiona Coutts, Queen Margaret University

Vice Convenor: Professor Lynn Kilbride, University of Dundee

Contact: Robyn Cooke, Policy Officer, Council of Deans of Health

Members

Abertay University

Edinburgh Napier University

Glasgow Caledonian University

Queen Margaret University

Robert Gordon University

The Open University

University of Dundee

University of Edinburgh

University of Glasgow

University of the Highlands & Islands

University of Stirling

University of West of Scotland


Recent work relating to Scotland

Nursing 2030 Vision (Scotland)

20 Jul 2017
The Chief Nursing Officer in Scotland launched the Nursing 2030 Vision on 13 July 2017. The Vision is centred round preparing a nursing workforce  that will be ready and able to meet people’s needs moving towards 2030... Read More »