School of Health news from 2019

Nursing Studies Siobhan O’Connor has been awarded the Florence Nightingale Foundation Emerging Leaders Leadership Scholarship.

CPASS Lecturer Lorena Georgiadou organised this workshop as part of the EUSA's Mental Health and Wellbeing week (11 - 15 November) with artist Tessa Wyatt.

Read the Times Higher Education article written about our PhD Studnet Steph Grohmann. Steph is a PhD student at the School and recently secured a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowhship, she works with our Centre for Homeless and Inclusion Health. Find out more about her work and her forthcoming book in the article.

Siobhan O'Connor, a Lecturer in Nursing Studies, will be joining the editorial team at the International Journal of Older People Nursing (IJOPN), one of the top ranked gerontological nursing journals.

Yusrita Zolkefli, lecturer in nursing and midwifery in the Institute of Health Sciences at the University of Brunei, Darussalam, has been awarded for her work promoting human rights.

Dr Steph Grohmann is a Research Fellow within the School for the Centre for Homeless and Inclusion Health.

Frankie Greenwood competed in the finals against 8 other PhD students to be crowned the winner.

Edinburgh University & Scottish SPCA have announced a conference for 2019 on recognising non-accidental injury in animals.

Nursing Studies have been ranked number 1 in the UK by the Guardian University League Table scoring 100/100!

Professor Pam Smith and Dr Rosie Stenhouse accepted a Charter of Appreciation from the University of Maribor, Faculty of Health Sciences

Nursing Studies PhD students Azwa Shamsuddin and Gearóid Brennan have had abstracts accepted for this year's RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2019. The over-arching theme of this year's conference is Impact.

3 students have had abstracts accepted for the June ICN Congress 2019 to be held in Singapore. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) Congress 2019 Singapore is an international gathering which will explore how nurses work to achieve universal access to health.

Siobhán O’Connor represented the Young Academy of Scotland and the Royal Society of Edinburgh at Voices of the Future 2019.

Congratulations to Master of Counselling student Mia Zielinska who has won the PCCS Books Prize for excellence in student research.

PhD student Katie Gambier-Ross was awarded runner-up at the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Collaboration Showcase.

Frankie Greenwood and Niamh MacSweeny to represent the School at the University finals of the 3MT competition!

Helping raise awareness of the issue of men's mental health and the stigma surrounding it.

An insight into how a UK-wide network of centres of excellence has helped fuel future public health and prevention research.

Clinical Psychology's Stella Chan was presented with the award at The British Psychological Society's Annual Conference 2019.

Watch Aisha Holloway's Inaugural Lecture titled, "Complex Alcohol Interventions: the trials, theory and logic". How do we develop alcohol interventions that will effect change? What are the key behavioural and theoretical elements?