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
Tuesday, 16 April 2019
The University of Worcester’s first cohort of Nursing Associate students have been honoured in a special ceremony to mark the end of their journey, paving the way for others to follow.
Wednesday, 03 April 2019
The University of Worcester is number one in the UK, and 26th globally, for Quality Education, according to the globally respected Times Higher Education, whose new rankings are published today.
Friday, 15 March 2019
A leading figure in the NHS, and Visiting Professor at the University of Worcester, will speak about the future of the health service at a public lecture to be delivered at the University’s St John’s Campus on Wednesday, March 20th.