A ground-breaking collaboration between Edge Hill University and three hospitals in Mysore, Southern India is starting to have a major impact on mental health in the region.
An expert in learning disability nursing has lent his support to a ground-breaking project in India, designed to help some of the country’s most vulnerable people.
Myths and assumptions about the ten million UK citizens with a criminal record were addressed at a Positive Youth Justice event held on campus last week.
An Edge Hill midwifery student was one of just four finalists for the Student Midwife of the Year 2017 award from the Royal College of Midwives.
Two students from Edge Hill’s Faculty of Health and Social Care have just returned from a trip to Gibraltar which has provided them with a great insight into the medical world.
Edge Hill University is partnering with Queenscourt Hospice to transform care for terminally ill patients and those receiving end of life care thanks to a new study module.
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WellChild Parent Trainer Nurse, Esther Bennington, will provide support to parents of seriously ill children through Edge Hill’s Better at Home suite.