Oxford University Hospitals has a rich tradition of developing nursing and midwifery and of delivering excellence in patient care. Whilst proud of our heritage, our focus is the future and central to our vision for the future is providing evidence-based individualised care to the people we serve.
A welcome from our Chief Nurse and Executive Director, Professor Catherine Stoddart:
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the world of nursing and midwifery at Oxford University Hospitals. I am proud to have been Chief Nurse and Executive Director at Oxford University Hospitals since 2014 having previously served as Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer for the State of Western Australia, based in Perth.
Nursing and midwifery at Oxford is an exciting and dynamic place to be a clinician, researcher, educator or leader but is only as innovative as the people in our amazing teams. Whilst providing evidence-based individualised caring is core to everything we do we are also deeply committed to caring for and developing each other. We also aim to be the best at what we do through our research and innovation initiatives and partnerships and rather than just say we're the best to be able to prove it! Binding all of these commitments together for the future together is our pioneering participation in the Magnet Recognition Program.
Oxford is a great place to be and if you're reading this with a view to joining us to help take nursing and midwifery forward, then do get in touch as we'd love to hear from you!
Professor Catherine Stoddart
Chief Nurse and Executive Director