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New nursing dean for University of Salford

Margaret Rowe has taken up post at the University of Salford's school of nursing.
Margaret Rowe

A new dean has been appointed to the nursing, midwifery, social work and social sciences school at the University of Salford.

Margaret Rowe

Registered nurse Margaret Rowe took up post today at the insititution - one of the largest nurse educators in the north west of England.

Ms Rowe also serves as higher education representative on the Nursing and Midwifery Councils revalidation steering group.

Excellent reputation

I was attracted by the excellent reputation of the school and its breadth of disciplines, [and] the universitys many exciting links with industry and public sector partners, she said.

Deputy vice chancellor Richard Stephenson, said: I am delighted to welcome Margaret to the university, where she will lead a school facing exciting times.

Over the next few years we are also set to play a pivotal role in the Devo Manc health and social care agenda.

A new dean has been appointed to the nursing, midwifery, social work and social sciences’ school at the University of Salford.


Margaret Rowe

Registered nurse Margaret Rowe took up post today at the insititution - one of the largest nurse educators in the north west of England.

Ms Rowe also serves as higher education representative on the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s revalidation steering group.

Excellent reputation

‘I was attracted by the excellent reputation of the school and its breadth of disciplines, [and] the university’s many exciting links with industry and public sector partners,’ she said.

Deputy vice chancellor Richard Stephenson, said: ‘I am delighted to welcome Margaret to the university, where she will lead a school facing exciting times.

‘Over the next few years we are also set to play a pivotal role in the “Devo Manc” health and social care agenda.’

Devo Manc will see Greater Manchester’s ten boroughs work with NHS trusts and clinical commissioning groups to take control of the region’s health and social care budget.

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