The Royal Marsden School (RMS) is a provider of cancer education for health care professionals, which is part of the Royal Marsden Hospital in Chelsea, London. The school has been one of the University of East Anglia’s educational partners since September 2015.
The School offers a wide portfolio of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level to a range of healthcare professionals. Originally set up to provide cancer education for nurses at The Royal Marsden, RMS students today include nurses, allied health professionals, volunteers and healthcare support workers from across the NHS and many other organisations. RMS courses validated by UEA include: Cancer practice, Health and Social Care, Supportive and Palliative Care, and Cancer Care, as well as a range of stand-alone modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Students who successfully complete validated courses will be awarded a UEA qualification.
Royal Marsden School has a reputation, nationally and internationally, for excellence in education. All teaching is underpinned by the highest academic standards and is delivered within a supportive learning environment. All of the School’s academic team have clinical roles, which enable them to maintain their credibility and/or competence within their specialist areas. The School’s teaching activity is supported by clinical specialists and research experts working in The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. This strong relationship between the School and clinical practice ensures the curriculum reflects that changing landscape of contemporary clinical practice. Students are taught by clinical specialists and research experts working at the leading edge of cancer care. Patients are also involved in training, giving students a unique perspective on treatment.
UEA validated HE Programmes at Royal Marsden School are governed by these Regulations.
Further information can be found on the Royal Marsden website www.royalmarsdenschool.ac.uk
UEA Academic Partnerships Office contact is Rob Gray.