Delivering healthcare in a forensic hospital, BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental Health) student, Laury has harnessed her background as a journalist to launch a series of innovative projects to support the service users she works with.
Award-winning OU/BBC co-production ‘Hospital’ returns for a sixth series, filmed at London’s Royal Free Trust hospitals as staff and patients grapple with the extraordinary challenge of operating within the new COVID landscape.
The latest addition to The Open University’s selection of nursing programmes has received approval from the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) and provides a direct-entry route for individuals in London and the South West region looking to kick-start their nursing career.
As we slowly look towards the post-pandemic future, NHS employers and staff must give genuine, considered thought to protecting and strengthening for the years ahead. Acknowledging the importance of flexible, continuous, high-level education such as Advanced Clinical Practice and Non-Medical Prescribing, may be as important a step as any.
Anthony, a Registered Nurse Degree Apprentice at The Open University, has shared his story of progression with the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Apprenticeships. The online APPG on Apprenticeships session, held on 20 October, focused on the importance of degree apprenticeships. Anthony was put forward to share the impact of his learning and the career progression he has experienced.