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School of Nursing and Midwifery

About the school

At the forefront of the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Department of Nursing provides adult nursing and nursing associate students with all they need to excel.

We combine research-driven education and clinical practice with the opportunity to be involved in high-quality research projects in healthcare. The department carries out nationally and internationally recognised research in a dynamic, welcoming and inclusive environment with excellent facilities.

Our new, £28-million Health Campus is one of the finest training environments in the country. Its quality is matched by the breadth of the courses we offer.

Our exciting range of contemporary programmes consist of BSc Nursing (Adult), MSc and BSc Midwifery, BSc Nursing (Adult) Apprenticeship, BSc Child Nursing, BSc Nursing (Learning Difficulty), BSc Nursing (Mental Health) and Nursing Associate Apprenticeship.

Our portfolio also includes the University Certificate in Health and Social Care Practice and Alternative Route programme designed to equip students to meet the entry criteria to be eligible to apply for our suite of professional programmes including Nursing (all fields), Midwifery, Operating Department Practice, Paramedic Science and Social Work.

Our strong links with national, local and regional agencies include the military, where we advise on serving and veteran women’s health. Staff members from our department are delivering expert critical care knowledge in the NHS Nightingale Hospital (based in Harrogate). Our team also includes experts in public health in areas such as immunisation training.

Our highly-qualified, experienced academic staff work with local healthcare providers to deliver innovative research and future-led health-related programmes in some of the UK's most advanced facilities.

Head of school

Nicky Clark

Nicky Clark


Accreditations

Health, Nursing and Midwifery students outside the Allam Medical Building

Award winning facilities

Boasting a simulated operating theatre, hospital ward and intensive care unit, our new £28-million Health Campus is a phenomenal resource for our students. You’ll train in a real-life setting from the start – giving you the skills and confidence to easily transition into a clinical setting.

Our community

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Through these doors, amazing things happen...

Watch: Step inside the Allam Medical Building, home to our innovative research and outstanding facilities for our students and academics.

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"I feel proud to be part of this University"

Watch: Sharon Land on why she chose to study Nursing at Hull

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Nationally influential

Nicky Clark is Lead Midwife for Education and Chair of the LME strategic reference group. She was given the Gold Award for her exceptional contribution to midwifery education in 2020.

This way to campus

Step inside the Allam Medical Building, the heart of our Health Campus.

Take the tour

"There's a lovely balance between placement and theory"

Watch: Ella Kirk explains what made her want to study Midwifery at the University of Hull

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Try it yourself

Watch: take a virtual Nursing taster session

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Research

Our research addresses critical national and international health issues including perinatal mental health, pregnancy, childbirth neonatal care as well as mental health and wellbeing in the military. Our researchers work closely with NHS clinicians and social workers to ensure our research is at the forefront of its field and benefits the health and wellbeing of the local community.

100% graduate employability rating
Study in the award-winning Allam Medical Building*
50/50 split between classes and placements

Footnote

*The Allam Medical Building won the 'Buildings That Inspire' category in The Guardian’s University Awards 2018

†Percentage of students from this subject area in work or further study within six months of graduating: UK domicile full-time first degree leavers; Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey for the academic year 2016/17, published by HESA 2018

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