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This is the most turbulent time in education I can remember, says new Council of Deans of Health chair Brian Webster-Henderson.
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This is the most turbulent time in education I can remember, says new Council of Deans of Health chair Brian Webster-Henderson

With Brexit, new roles and routes into nursing, changes to the student bursary in England, and draft standards for nursing education, there is a lot happening that will affect nursing schools.

Brian Webster-Henderson, the new chair of the Council of Deans of Health (CODH) and Edinburgh Napier Univerisity’s dean of learning and teaching, says: ‘I don’t think I have known such a time. There is plenty of change going on and the agenda and landscape we are facing in policy and financial terms are really changing more than ever before.’

Professor Webster-Henderson was previously vice-chair of the CODH, which represents the UK university faculties that are engaged in education and research


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