Making a career change can be a daunting prospect but alumna Constance Farrell found the transition from being a nurse to studying the MSc Advanced Computing an easy one.
Tagged: Health Nursing & Midwifery
A unique sea shanty paying tribute to Scotland’s midwives has been released to raise funds for the UWS Student Midwife Scholarship Fund.
As we celebrate World Book Day we speak to a UWS midwifery graduate who runs her own company, Born This Way Hypnobirthing, and has launched a book highlighting the effectiveness of the technique.
UWS Midwifery graduate Kenny Gibson talks about his career and life on the ward as the only male midwife in the West of Scotland.
A former nurse, who studied nursing at Bell College (now UWS Lanarkshire Campus), has been making the news due to her invention of a revolutionary weighing scale to help hospital patients get life-saving drugs quicker.