School of Nursing and Midwifery
Our courses in the fields of adult, child and mental health nursing and in midwifery have been designed with your career and the future needs of the workforce in mind.
Parents who pass on genetic conditions are likely to opt for prenatal testing in future
Plymouth University news: Having a child with a severe genetic condition will heavily impact on a parents’ decision to have prenatal testing in future, according to a new study co-conducted by Professor Heather Skirton.
Research aims to combat pressure ulcers
Plymouth University news: Professor Bridie Kent, Head of the School of Nursing and Midwifery, is leading a project aimed at reducing the risk of pressure ulcers for patients in the community.
Genetics team offers expertise to Israeli health professionals
Plymouth University news: Genetics specialists from Plymouth University have travelled to Israel after being selected to offer their expertise to the country’s health professionals.
Japanese academic praises midwifery programme
Plymouth University news: A Japanese midwifery academic who recently visited Plymouth University has praised students and staff alike for their ‘excellent’ work.