Learning Disability: Nurses

Department of Health written question – answered on 27th April 2016.

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To ask Her Majesty’s Government which universities provide specific courses for learning disability nurses, and how many places on such courses were available at each university in each of the last five years.

Photo of Lord Prior of Brampton Lord Prior of Brampton The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health

The information by university is only available for the last three years and is given below:

University

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

Northumbria University

27

28

28

Teesside University

50

52

52

University of Cumbria

35

35

35

University of Salford

26

26

26

University of Chester

26

26

26

Edge Hill University

26

27

27

Sheffield Hallam University

24

24

24

University of Huddersfield

25

28

28

University of Hull

11

15

15

University of York

18

24

24

De Montfort University

13

20

20

University of Northampton

20

31

26

University of Nottingham

29

16

16

Birmingham City University

35

35

35

Coventry University

13

13

13

Keele University

14

14

14

University of Wolverhampton

23

23

23

University of East Anglia

21

21

21

University of Hertfordshire

71

75

73

University of West of England

30

30

30

London South Bank University

25

27

32

Kingston & St Georges University

21

18

20

University of West London

20

20

22

University of Greenwich

20

34

28

Sum of above

597

662

658

Source: HEE Local Education and Training Boards – local reports.

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