Congratulations to Paul McLiesh, Lecturer and Stream Lead, for graduating with the Master of Nursing Science in the graduation ceremony on Wednesday 19 September. Paul was the mace bearer at this ceremony.
Since 1987, HESTA has been serving those in the health and community services sector. For 25 years we’ve been working to inform you about your options — so you can grow a better retirement savings balance. With HESTA’s solid history of strong long-term returns, a focus on super education and access to limited financial advice, […]
About Hepsi… I wanted to practice nursing to its highest standard in Australia and started my career as a registered nurse practicing in the emergency department setting. Expanding my knowledge and skills through research has always been my aspiration. I was selected for the School of Nursing PhD program in 2007, however, due to my […]
School of Nursing Publications: July to September 2012 Rasmussen, P., Therapeutic Relationships, in Vidabeck’s Mental Health Nursing, Evans, J. and Brown, P., Editors. 2012, Wolters Kluwer Health Lippincott and Williams: Sydney p. 80-93. Rasmussen, P., Therapeutic Communication, in Vidabeck’s Mental Health Nursing, Evans, J. and Brown, P., Editors. 2012, Wolters Kluwer Health Lippincott and Williams: […]
Read Joshua Britcher’s experience in the program this far… At this moment it is almost exactly 6 months since I commenced the program. I’ve already spent four weeks in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and two weeks on rural placement. It’s mindboggling how much I’ve seen and experienced in those six weeks. I’ve cared for someone’s […]
I am so proud to be a part of this wonderful School. The School has recently received many commendations in recognition of our hard work: Our Bachelor of Nursing program received 100% satisfaction in the Graduate Destination Survey and the Course Experience Questionnaire The School recently received 100% compliance in the latest OH&S audit Our […]
Applications are now open! The HESTA Conference Scholarship is offered to postgraduate coursework students of the School of Nursing at the University of Adelaide, in support of the School’s philosophical belief to foster scholarship and academic development. Read more