Nurse CPD

School of Nursing and Allied Health

Meeting the needs of health and social care

The School has been committed to advancing developments in health and social care for over 25 years.

We can trace our origins back to April 1991 when the Liverpool School of Nursing and Midwifery amalgamated with Liverpool Polytechnic, laying the foundations for today’s School of Nursing and Allied Health. Many years later, the nursing, midwifery and allied health professions face a raft of new challenges at a critical moment in NHS history. We're committed to working in partnership with health and social care organisations to provide solutions that meet the needs of the evolving health and social care agenda.

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Finalist for the Student Nursing Times Educator of the Year award 2018 (pre-registration)

Student Nursing Times logoThe School of Nursing and Allied Health have been shortlisted for the Student Nurse of the Year for Children and Nurse Education Provider of the Year (pre-registration) for the third year running, which shows that our students see us as one of the top 12 in the UK for the provision of nursing education.

"Health village" prepares students for the real-world

Our facilities are laid out to emulate a patient's journey from a collapse at home to inside the ambulance, into A&E and through to rehabilitation. The simulated settings give students the realism necessary to ready themselves for the challenges of providing real life treatment to patients.

Take a walk through our health village.

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The Nursing Practice Suite within the School of Nursing and Allied Health.

Our research

We’re delivering impactful projects that integrate education and research, promote innovative service delivery, professional development and improved patient care. Such engagement directly informs all of our research and scholarship activities bringing real benefits to patients and vital insights for our students and our community.

Our expertise

Real-world experience from a range of disciplines means that we are able to understand the needs of individuals, families and their communities, and the organisations providing services for them.

Take a look at the specific research areas we’re interested in:

  • Nursing: we specialise in a number of research themes within nursing
  • Research Unit for Financial Inclusion
  • Centre for Collaborative Innovation in Dementia
  • Social work

Find out more about our research

98%

of our nursing graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation

100%

of our midwifery graduates achieve at least a 2:1 and are employed or in further study within 6 months of graduation

70+

continuing professional development courses for healthcare professionals

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