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Healthcare

Northumbria University's nursing, midwifery and ODP students undertake a variety of placements within a number of NHS and private settings throughout the course of their programme to ensure that they are able to meet the competencies required of the NMC and HCPC.

The following pages have been designed to provide students, mentors and placement providers with information and access to placement documentation, policies and guidance. Please follow the on the right-hand side of this page to be taken relevant section of our nursing, midwifery and ODP placement web-pages.

Amongst other information, you will be able to find our placement handbooks, policies & procedures, details about our Arc placement systems and contact information for our Placement Team and trust-based Practice Placement Facilitators. Mentors who support our students can also find information about mentor updates and CPD opportunities.

If you are unable to find the information you require, or wish to suggest any improvements, please don't hesitate to contact us via e-mail: practiceplacements@northumbria.ac.uk



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