Here are a number of useful links to various sites  where you will find information and resources to help you with many aspects of your practice, professional development and some just for information you will find of interest. Many of these are links to institutions we work in close partnership with.


Link opens in new windowAberdeen College run the access to nursing program and the HNC route to registration. If you are a mentor for these students you can gain access to the Aberdeen College Blackboard Forum.

The Link opens in new windoweLibrary has a welth of support and educational sources for you to develop your knowlege from a new condition you have been asked to nurse to researching for a dissertation.

Link opens in new windowNHS Education Scotland (NES)  are a special health board, responsible for supporting NHS services delivered to the people of Scotland by developing and delivering education and training for those who work in NHSScotland.

Link opens in new windowNHS Quality Improvement Scotland (QIS) has a vision to deliver excellence in improving the quality of the care and experience of every person in Scotland every time they access healthcare.

Link opens in new windowPractice Based Learning is a learning gateway with many different types of resourse for you to choose what you need.  

Link opens in new windowRobert Gordon University have an outstanding international reputation, producing confident, highly employable graduates, undertaking ground-breaking research and developing the careers of professionals.

Link opens in new windowRoyal College of Nursing Representing nurses and nursing. Promoting excellence in practice. Shaping health policies.

 The Nursing & Midwifery Council set standards for nurses and midwives to meet in their working lives. Nurses and midwives have a code of conduct that they must stick to, that states how they must work and behave.