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Marion Grieves

Marion Grieves

About Marion Grieves

I am proud to be the Dean of the School of Health & Social Care. I believe that our School is at the forefront of health and social care education that ensures our students are fully prepared and fit for practice to meet the ever changing demands of health and social care.  

This can only be achieved by excellent partnerships with providers and users of service whilst acknowledging the enormous support received from past and present students, academic staff and partners.

There are continual challenges within health and social care provision, which offers great opportunities to expand and develop our portfolio of education locally, nationally and internationally to meet these needs.

I am delighted to be able to lead the School forward to become even more successful in the future.

In the news

  • National nursing award nominations brings celebration to Teesside
    Love Middlesborugh, 22/03/2017; North East Connected, 24/3/2017
    Three Teesside University nursing students have been shortlisted for prestigious national awards to be presented in April.


  • Student ratings for nursing courses revealed
    Nursing Times (web) 31.08.16
    National Student Survey for nursing courses, finding that Teesside University scored the highest.“An outstanding feature of our courses is the successful collaboration with NHS, primary care trusts.


  • University to provide private firms HCA training
    Nursing Times (web)11.07.16;Love Middlesbrough 06.07.16;North East connected 07.07.16
    Teesside University school of health and social care to accredit a range of qualifications for its workforce. Dean Marion Grieves has worked with BMI Healthcare to design a total of six new modules.


  • Teesside shortlisted for four national nursing awards
    North East Connected, 20/04/2016; Hartlepool Mail, 20/04/2016
    Teesside University has been shortlisted in four categories of prestigious national nursing awards to be presented in April.


  • Start a new career or advance your existing career
    National Health Executive, 02/01/2016
    Marion Grieves, Acting Dean of School of Health & Social Care shares the benefits of studying at Teesside University.


  • Proud to be delivering excellence in teaching, training and research
    National Health Executive, 02/03/2013, p.80
    Here at the School of Health and Social Care at Teesside University we are renowned for our flexibility and responsiveness in meeting the education and training needs of care providers in the public,