A Celebration of Nursing Midwifery and Healthcare at UWL
30 May 2018
The innovations and achievements of UWL staff and students
Staff and students from the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare will gather at the University of West London’s St. Mary’s Road campus on 30 May 2018, for a one-day conference to celebrate some of their most impressive achievements.
During the event, which will take place between 9.30am and 4.30pm in Weston Hall, staff and students will have the chance to present their work. Companies, in the medical field, have been invited to exhibit in an adjoining hall throughout the day.
Janet Deacon, Lecturer in Simulation and Interim Head of Simulated Learning at UWL, said:
We want to showcase the knowledge, skills, achievements and innovations that students and staff within the College have brought to nursing, midwifery and healthcare. Our aim is to encourage and enthuse our students to make a difference.
UWL is a major provider of nursing and midwifery courses in West London and Berkshire.
With expert, highly dedicated staff, state-of-the-art facilities and close links with employers, we are the No. 1 modern university in London for nursing, according to the National Student Survey 2017*. We are also ranked 15th in the UK and the best in London overall according to the Guardian League Table 2018.
As well as encouraging the next generation of healthcare professionals, ‘A Celebration of Nursing at UWL’ will also highlight some of the research activity at the college.
Based at the Richard Wells Research Centre, our research currently has funding from the National Institute for Health Research, Health Education England (North West London & Thames Valley) and the General Nursing Council Trust. The main areas of focus are:
- infection prevention and control
- research in care home settings
- nursing and midwifery education
This conference is for you, the CNMH students. Register here and come along to the main University campus on 30 May. You will learn more about the University’s pioneering research and some of the inspiring achievements of your lecturers and fellow students.
The conference is free and if you attend during practice time you will be credited with eight hours of practice time.
Download the event programme here (pdf, 207kb).
There’s something for everyone, whether you are an adult, child, mental health or learning disabilities student nurse, a midwife, ODP student or studying on the Public Health and Health Promotion courses.
*Modern universities are defined as those higher education institutions that were granted university status in, and subsequent to, 1992. UWL was ranked no. 1 when compared to all other modern universities ranked in the National Student Survey 2017 - question 27, Overall Satisfaction, compared to other modern universities in London, and The Complete University Guide 2018 respectively.