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Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education ranked at the top of national league table for nursing in London

See the Guardian League Table 2014 to find out more...

98% of our degree students have gained graduate level employment

Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency 2010

Faculty retains top spots in latest NHS Health Education performance ratings

Top marks from the NHS for the high quality of training it provides for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

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Always thought of furthering your career?

There’s still time to apply for an MSc in Applied Exercise for Health or MSc Rehabilitation today.

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Positive Choices Conference 2014 inspires learning disability nurses for years to come

24/03/14: On 20 and 21 March more than 750 learning disability nursing students from Universities around the United Kingdom attended the 10th Annual Positive Choices Learning Disability Student Nurse Conference.

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Student paramedics and midwives join forces for collaborative simulation day

24/03/14: On Wednesday 5 March 2014 students from the Centre for Paramedic Science joined with 17 student midwives to engage in a collaborative simulation day.

The Centre for Public Engagement

The Centre for Public Engagement

24/03/14: The Centre for Public Engagement was established in 2013 and aims to help ensure effective practice in service user involvement in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education.

Student Nursing Times Awards 2014

Student Nursing Times Awards 2014

21/03/14: Kingston University and St George’s, University of London are proud to again support the Student Nursing Times Awards.

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A new innovation: Alternative Practice programme for third year Nursing students

24/02/14: The School of Nursing has implemented an Alternative Practice programme for third year Nursing students, the aim of which is to challenge students' views on how the communities we live and work in ‘nurture’ us.

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Study reveals patients with learning difficulties can become invisible in hospitals

10/01/14: Hospital patients with learning difficulties can face longer waits and poorly managed treatment due to medical staff's failure to understand them, researchers from Kingston University and St George's, University of London have found.

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New Year's honour recognises Debs Porter for long-standing service to higher education

06/01/14: A member of staff from the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Kingston University and St George's, University of London has become one of the latest recipients of the prestigious British Empire Medal.

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New social enterprise set to lead to significant improvements in stroke rehabilitation

20/12/13: A pioneering programme that empowers stroke survivors to become more involved in their own rehabilitation has been officially launched as a social enterprise.

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International collaboration crucial in preparing mental health nurses to provide high quality care, senior academic says

13/11/13: Academic voices crucial nature of international collaboration to providing high quality mental healthcare.

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