The School of Nursing is pleased to announce that applications for its first ever Rural Clinical Placement Bursary are now open to all full time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing or Master of Clinical Nursing. This initiative is supported by Bendigo Bank and offers a minimum of 4 students a part in $2000 […]
On Sunday 18 August the School of Nursing held our most successful Open Day yet! Despite the wind and rain, future students and their families turned out in record numbers to speak with staff and enthusiastic students about our Bachelor of Nursing and Master of Clinical Nursing programs. Building on our reputation, the Schools successful […]
The Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre is committed to innovation and excellence – improving patient safety through realistic simulation education. The Adelaide Health Simulation & Skills Centre has a new website at ua.edu.au/health-simulation ! For any feedback on the new website please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Nursing is excited to be progressing with plans to move the School’s teaching, research and administration to a new Integrated Clinical School (ICS) building in the SA Health and Biomedical Precinct. Nursing students will start using the facility when it opens in 2016. Being placed in the new building in the West […]
Resthaven Inc. has made available a new $50,000 Research Grant to be administered by the Adelaide Geriatric Training and Research with Aged Care (G-TRAC) Centre. The aim of this research grant opportunity is to support a linkage or partnership grant application for research commencing in 2014. The research undertaken must be benefit aged care consumers […]
The School of Nursing will be offering a new Bachelor of Nursing program after being granted accreditation approval for a further 5 years. The program will commence in Semester 1 2014, offering students a part-time study pathway option and online delivery of some courses. Many of the key features of the current program will be […]
New research at the University of Adelaide has highlighted serious potential health risks to Aboriginal people because of a lack of understanding about the use of over-the-counter painkillers. The research has led to calls for more culturally appropriate information so that Aboriginal people may better understand what medications they’re taking and the associated risks. Professor […]