A new inclusive Irish language sex education resource has launched today called Dá mBa Mise Jack/If I were Jack.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queen's University Belfast is delighted to announce a new opportunity to apply for a PhD Studentship for September 2024 entry.
‘It’s My Life - Making It Our Reality’ A recent dissemination event held at QUB, launched a new research report highlighting best practice for relationships and sexuality education (RSE) for children and young people with intellectual disabilities.
The Children’s Cancer Unit Charity (CCUC) Travel Scholarship winners Jane, Katie, and Sophie have arrived in Atlanta, Georgia to complete their three-week visit.
Queen’s University has signed up to the Public Health Agency’s (PHA) Breastfeeding Welcome Here scheme which aims to actively show support to breastfeeding mothers.
AN INNOVATIVE LGBTQ+ health network for nursing and midwifery academics has been set up by Queen’s School of Nursing and Midwifery to tackle gaps in knowledge when delivering care to LGBTQ+ people.
Professor Donna Fitzsimons, Lyn Crawford, Mary Duffin and Maria Somerville from the School were delighted to attend the Garden Party at Hillsborough Castle on Wednesday 24 May 2023 and meet HM King Charles.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery sends congratulations to our colleague Michelle Mullan who was recently awarded a British Empire Medal at Hillsborough Castle!