Nurses form the largest group of staff in the NHS and are a crucial part of a healthcare team. A career in nursing is both immensely challenging and intensely rewarding. Protecting health, preventing illness and alleviating suffering are huge responsibilities, but also exceptional privileges. At Worcester, we know that as a Registered Nurse you will have to be caring and compassionate, as well as being innovative and professional. We will support you as you become knowledgeable, skilled and proactive at delivering and leading high quality evidence-based care across a range of rapidly changing healthcare environments.
Midwives enjoy the unique privilege of a career caring for mothers, their babies and the whole family. By studying Midwifery at Worcester you will not only gain the skills and experience needed to become a confident, competent and caring midwife, you will also develop the intellectual tools to help you shape the future direction of the profession by generating new ideas and evaluating innovative ways of working.
Nursing and Midwifery news
Friday, 24 June 2022
A University of Worcester student nurse has been recognised for her self-sacrifice to limit the spread of Covid-19 at the height of the pandemic.
Thursday, 05 May 2022
The University of Worcester’s City Campus will be lit with images of nurses next week as the University marks International Nurses’ Day.
Tuesday, 03 May 2022
A senior member of staff in the University of Worcester’s Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery has been appointed an Associate Professor of Nursing for the University and Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.