Welcome to the subject guide for Nursing and Midwifery. Here you'll find a range of useful resources, links, and advice for your studies, brought together in one place to save you time. It is recommended that you have a through look over your subject guide, so that you are aware of the resources available and can come back to it when you need them.
If you are doing an assignment for which materials from other disciplines might be relevant, you may find it useful to look at other subject guides as well, such as Biosciences & Chemistry, Education & Autism, Food & Nutrition, Health, Social Work, and Sport.
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