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Hospital a tonic for students

23rd May 2007

A five year initiative which will put UCE Birmingham at heart of the £559m project in Edgbaston. University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, is working closely with the university's Faculty of Health to finalise details of teaching and research links. Lilieth Williams, head of nursing and women's health resources at UCE Birmingham, said access to the new hospital's facilities would be invaluable for students. "we currently have 340 students in placement at UHB, split across Selly Oak and Queen Elizabeth hospitals".

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Article Information

Title: Hospital a tonic for students
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 2947
Date Added: 23rd May 2007

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Birmingham Mail

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