School of Health in Social Science news from 2017
A Seminar with Global Leader and Policy Activist Jane Salvage
Nursing Studies Global Nursing Seminar with Jane Salvage
Athena SWAN Silver Award
We are delighted to have received a Silver Award in recognition of our commitment to advancing women's careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM).
Nursing Alumni Leaps in the Dark
Report captures University of Edinburgh Nursing alumni memories.
Nursing Studies comes out on top!
Congratulation to Nursing Studies, who came top of the Guardian UK University League Table 2017 in the category of Nursing and Midwifery.
Centre for Creative-Relational Inquiry (CCRI) is smashing interdisciplinary boundaries
We’ve been accepted to host a panel at the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) 2018 Conference (11-13 April 2018 in Edinburgh).
PhD Nursing Students' Visit to the Edinburgh Sick Kids Hospital
PhD nursing students visit children's hospital
Three 4th year nursing students were awarded the Edwina Mountbatten prize
Edwina Mountbatten prize for outstanding written work in connection with clinical elective placement.
The BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize
Congratulations to Dr Amy Chandler a joint winner of the 2017 British Sociological Association Philip Abrams Memorial Prize.
School Success at Students' Association Teaching Awards
Fiona Duffy (MSc Applied Psychology for Children and Young People) wins the 2016-2017 Best Innovative Assessment Award.
School Evaluation Week
The School of Health in Social Science will be holding an evaluation week between 8th and 15th May 2017
Congratulations to our very own Susanne Kean
Susanne Kean and her colleagues have been awarded the Gavin Leslie Best Review Paper for their PFCC Integrative review.
The collaboration between the School of Health, University of Edinburgh and the California-based University of the People.
The collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and the California-based University of the People aims to support those uprooted by war, famine and natural disasters.
Academics visit Sri Lanka
Nursing Schools collaborate
Academics honoured for healthcare research
Congratulations to Professor Aisha Holloway and Dr Julie Watson!
Dr Holloway begins secondment as Honorary Nurse Consultant
Dr Aisha Holloway has begun a 2 day a month secondment as Honorary Nurse Consultant for Alcohol Policy & Research with the Alcohol Policy Team at Scottish Government.
Professor Aisha Holloway receives Florence Nightingale Leadership Scholarship
Congratulations to Dr Aisha Holloway who has received a prestigious Florence Nightingale Leadership Scholarship.