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London South Bank University

London South Bank University has over one hundred years of experience of providing high quality education in Health and social care. The University has a long standing reputation for Higher and Post Graduate education, continuing professional development and Research. Our courses are designed to meet the contemporary requirements of a variety of health and social care specialists such as nurses, midwives, health visitors, social workers, occupational therapists, radiographers, radiotherapists and physiotherapists.

London South Bank University is the largest provider of Pre-Registration nursing programmes in London. Activities within the Health and Social Care Faculty include all areas of Health and Social care delivery and practice, particularly in the fields of acute and primary care, community and mental health as well as learning disability. We have twenty years experience of running learning disability nursing courses. High quality academic teaching expertise is underpinned by a range of learning disability practice experience. All our students benefit from our strong links with service providers in the NHS and independent sector. We not only work closely with service users but they are involved in all aspects of the programmes we supply.

www.lsbu.ac.uk

 

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