The Health and Social Services Department is responsible to the States of Guernsey, to promote, protect and improve the health and social well-being of the people of Guernsey and Alderney.
The Department has a wide mandate delivering a diverse range of services including preventing, diagnosing and treating people with illnesses and disease and caring for them in its hospital services and supporting people in the community, including people with disabilities.
The Department also provides social services, including ensuring the welfare and protection of children and promoting, protecting and improving personal, environmental and public health for residents within the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
CPD Framework (validated)
FdSc Nursing Associate (franchise, validated)
DipHE Assistant Practitioner (Mental Health) (franchise, phasing out)
DipHE Nursing Associate (franchise)
BA Honours Health and Social Care Practice (validated)
BSc Honours Nursing (Mental Health) (franchise)
BSc Honours Nursing (Adult) (franchise)
PGCert Professional Education (validated, under review)
PGDip/PGCert Leadership in Professional Practice (validated, awaiting validation)
MA/PGCert Professional Practice (validated, under review)
These are Middlesex University programmes and qualifications, designed, assessed and quality assured by Middlesex but delivered at and by The Institute of Health and Social Care studies.
‘The quality of the working relationships we have with our colleagues at Middlesex University has not only enabled us to develop and produce high quality students studying with us as the Partner institution but also develop us professionally as team. This is across all work streams for the programmes, from administration and partnerships to programme/module leads as well as the nominated Link Tutors.’
Emma Le Poidevin