At our annual McGirr lecture, Dr Christine Goodall spoke passionately about the charity she founded in 2008, in collaboration with the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit: Medics against Violence (MAV).
First Student Exchange Programme in Japan, for nursing students from University of Glasgow and Mahidol University.
Free online course for health professionals on chronic oedema and lymphoedema, starting 27th June.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon meets staff at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital as she announces £4m for new Eco Health system: precision medicine.
3rd year Bachelor of Nursing students had the opportunity to meet Nicola Sturgeon during her visit to the Hospital.
Fiona Davie-Smith, a Post Graduate Research Student in the Nursing & Health Care School at the University of Glasgow, was presenting some of her PhD work at a cross party parliamentary group in Westminster.
Congratulations to the School of Nursing & Health Care who have been ranked #1 in both the 2016 Complete University Guide and Guardian League Table.
PhD Student Evan Campbell is carrying out an online, UK wide, survey of people with progressive Multiple Sclerosis asking them about their views on physiotherapy.
Researchers within the University of Glasgow have received funding from the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society to undertake a multi-centre trial of web-based physiotherapy for people with MS.
The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC004401