Up-to-date news and events from the School of Health in Social Science.
CoDHcast – BAME in Academia with Prof Aisha Holloway
The latest Council of Deans of Health podcast features our Head of Nursing Studies Professor Aisha Holloway discussing race and identity in academia, healthcare and society.
Covid-19 Resources Catalogue
A group of students on the MSc in Applied Psychology for Children and Young People, have produced a Covid-19 Resources Catalogue for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. The catalogue has now also been distributed to social work, GPs and other services within Lanarkshire as a mental health resource.
Nuffield Future Researchers programme
The Nuffield Future Researchers programme is an exciting online placement giving students the chance to participate in research from home, working with expert researchers in a virtual learning environment.
20 years of activism by people with dementia in Scotland honoured
The Life Changes Trust is today publishing a landmark book, ‘Loud and Clear’, which tells the story of how people living with dementia in Scotland have become activists and influencers in their own right over the last twenty years.
Nursing Now Poetry Portal
We need you to get involved and show your support by submitting a video to the poetry portal!
ICN Chief Executive visits Nursing Studies
Nursing Studies were delighted to welcome Howard Catton, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) chief executive officer (CEO) to Nursing Studies this January.
Somia's blog for ACAMH
Congratulations to PhD student, Somia Imran for getting her blog published by The Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
2020 International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife!
Find out all about this special year, how you can get involved and our collaboration with Nursing now.
Nursing Studies lecturer quizzes MPs in UK Parliament on the future of science policy
Siobhán O’Connor represented the Young Academy of Scotland and the Royal Society of Edinburgh at Voices of the Future 2019.
Specialist conference in the fight against animal cruelty
Edinburgh University & Scottish SPCA have announced a conference for 2019 on recognising non-accidental injury in animals.