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Liz Fletcher

Liz Fletcher

University of Southampton

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University of Southampton faculty of Health Sciences has an established reputation for developing a world-class environment which focuses on the improvement of health outcomes and the transformation of healthcare delivery. For example, our new BN nursing degree courses were the first in the country to be accredited by the Nursing and Midwifery Council..

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  • Comment on: 'Training to be a health visitor takes a leap of faith'

    Liz Fletcher's comment 19 December, 2012 3:42 pm

    A great route to go down to boost your career opportunities is in Public Health. There are many ways to get a qualification in Public Health Practice. For a Masters in Public Health, you would need to have either received a second class bachelor degree or higher in a related discipline or be a registered nurse or midwife. There are many brilliant Universities out there that offer such a course, for example, The University of Southamptons Health Sciences Faculty has many well-respected courses available. Find out more about the University of Southampton’s MSc Public Health Masters
    This Public Health Masters can be completed in 1 year full-time or up to 5 years part-time, making it easier for anyone who may be interested.

  • Comment on: MSc Nursing (Research, Education, Practice, International)

    Liz Fletcher's comment 2 October, 2012 10:01 am

    If you would like to find out more information about the masters in nursing studies course at the University of Southampton, simply visit the Health Sciences website at www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences/

  • Comment on: #WeNurses - There's no health without mental health

    Liz Fletcher's comment 28 September, 2012 12:32 pm

    To learn more about BN mental health nursing degrees at the University of Southampton, just visit the Health Sciences website at www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences

  • Comment on: Should nurses cut patients' toe nails?

    Liz Fletcher's comment 29 May, 2012 1:12 pm

    The University of Southampton’s BSc Podiatry degree course lasts three years and attracts a government bursary of £3,630 to help students meet the cost of studying.

    Southampton’s BSc podiatry course enables graduates to register to practice with the Health Professionals Council. It can also entitle them to embark on a further programme of study at a higher level.

    Students on the BSc Podiatry course at Southampton explore both theory and practice in a host of environments: from general clinics right through to surgery. They are trained in the diagnosis and management of foot disorders, as well as how to administer a range of treatments.


    All applicants for the BSc Podiatry course at Southampton are strongly advised to organise opportunities to shadow practising podiatrists in a variety of settings in order to find out whether it is the right career for them.

    If you would like to learn more about the BSc Podiatry course offered by the University of Southampton, simply visit the Health Sciences website at http://www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences/postgraduate/taught_courses/msc_physiotherapy.page?

  • Comment on: Targeted back care 'better and cheaper'

    Liz Fletcher's comment 29 May, 2012 1:10 pm

    New physiotherapists must be outstanding communicators as well as excellent problem solvers. They must also be good team players, who can also work well independently too.

    The Health Sciences faculty at the University of Southampton has an established reputation for developing a world-class teaching environment, which focuses on improving health outcomes and the transformation of healthcare delivery.

    Courses such as the MSc physiotherapy masters benefit from the findings of ground-breaking research, which is also undertaken at the university. These findings empower students with the latest knowledge; giving them a great start in practice.

    Southampton’s Health Sciences Dean Jessica Corner, said: “I believe we're developing the top clinical leaders and first class practitioners of the future here in Health Sciences.”

    Simply log on to the Health Sciences homepage at http://www.southampton.ac.uk/healthsciences/postgraduate/taught_courses/msc_physiotherapy.page? to find out more information about the MSc Physiotherapy course at the University of Southampton.

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