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Middlesex University has partnered with the Open University to launch a ground-breaking blending nursing degree that will be delivered primarily online.
The development of the programme was funded in part by Health Education England (HEE) and offers flexibility in learning as well as placements across London.
This course is now closed for 2021 entry. The next entry is 2022.
Hear from nursing graduate Sheik about his time studying nursing at Middlesex, his placements and his current job as an NHS nurse.
Watch our animated video to find out how you'll learn as a nursing student at Middlesex. We've included information on placements, skills labs and future career options, so you'll know what to expect while studying with us.
Nurses and social care employees from strict religious backgrounds may have more 'negative attitudes' towards LGBT+ people, study finds
Staff have been showing healthcare professionals and vaccinators from the public how to administer the Oxford-Astra Zeneca and Pfizer vaccines.
An innovative post-graduate social work programme which fast tracks mental health workers of the future has kick-started with its first online Summer Institute featuring three weeks of online blended learning.
People are more likely to wear face masks to stop potentially spreading COVID-19 if they rely on reasoning instead of emotions, according to new research co-authored by an MDX academic..
MDX has around 500 nursing and midwifery students who have been working through the crisis on placement, opted in to the government's emergency register to make themselves available to care for COVID-19 patients, or have worked in their professional capacities as Health Care Assistants or in other roles in NHS Trusts.
Research by university highlighted the need to improve basic skills in English, maths, science, communication and digital technology among healthcare support workers