On Tuesday 23 October, School staff listened to an engaging presentation from our Austrian nursing student visitors. The group of five students, dressed in their traditional attire, informed us about the health system in Austria. The main health issues faced by Austrian’s are similar to Australian’s, with smoking and obesity at the top of the […]
Congratulations to Åsa Muntlin Athlin for being awarded the School of Nursing Inaugural Eleanor Harrald Post Doctoral Fellowship on Friday 7 September.
The Healthy Staff Clinic is continuing to service the vast University population with the number of consultations now totalling 193 since commencing in May. To date the clinic has visited the School of Agriculture at the Waite campus, School of Chemistry and Physics, School of Business, Human Resources, the Barr Smith library, Laboratory Animal Services […]
Themed ‘Through the looking glass’ – visioning research in the School of Nursing’, this year’s Spring Research Conversazione shaped up to be the most successful yet! The event involved a diverse range of presentations and armchair conversations from staff, students and service partners. It was a successful day with positive feedback received from our growing […]
The inaugural South Australian Team Fusion Health Challenge event was held on the 20 July at Flinders University and was won by an interdisciplinary student team from the University of Adelaide. The School of Nursing was ably represented by third year Bachelor of Nursing students Ruth Currie (Team Orange) and Rachel Edwards (Team Red). Together […]
In August 2012, the new Bachelor of Nursing curriculum went to the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council (ANMAC) for accreditation. The exciting new Bachelor of Nursing is set for introduction in 2014 (pending accreditation approval). The program will build on the existing experiential and clinically focussed foundation of the current program (one which has received […]