26, March, 2018 Mental Health Movie Monthly - Black Swan
Come along to the free Mental Health Movie Monthly showing of 'Black Swan'.
Health Professions News
15, February, 2013 Critical Care Nursing experts from RGU to inform Indian health development
Two leading Critical Care Nursing specialists from Aberdeen will share their knowledge and experience at an international nursing conference in India this weekend.
07, February, 2013 Multi-agency adult protection group promotes stronger links
Adult protection experts from across the north-east have joined forces to share their knowledge with health and social care students in a bid to promote collaborative working to future practitioners.
14, January, 2013 RGU takes Remote Healthcare Practitioner learning to next level
An educational framework for healthcare workers based in remote environments has been launched at RGU.
13, December, 2012 RGU recognises top nurses and midwives
Nursing excellence will be the focus of a forthcoming prize-giving ceremony at Robert Gordon University.
12, December, 2012 Mother and daughter share in graduation success
A graduation ceremony last week marked a special day for a local mother and daughter - and the bittersweet end of their educational journey together.
12, December, 2012 Determined nurse travelled 200 miles a day for studies
When Mairi graduated last week it marked the end of a tiring three years of study, travel and clinical placements.
28, September, 2012 RGU is Tops for Graduate-level Employment
The Sunday Times University Guide 2013 has quoted Robert Gordon University as one of the top universities in the UK for graduate employment.
25, September, 2012 Freshers get healthy kick start to university experience
RGU teams up with Asda over new initiative
20, July, 2012 RGU Graduates are Top of the Class with UK Employers
RGU has strengthened its long-established record for graduate employment by becoming the top university for graduate jobs in the UK.
10, July, 2012 Aberdeen researchers to work with midwives in Malawi
Aberdeen researchers have been awarded almost £400,000 to help tackle a midwifery crisis in the sub-Saharan African country.