At the end of her rural placement, Kate Cameron tells us… Having arrived in South Australia just over a year ago to start my Masters in Clinical Nursing I had no idea where Yorketown was or what to expect from a rural placement. As a keen surfer I was excited to discover that Yorketown was […]
Read the article, South Australia to become medical research hub of southern hemisphere, generate cancer cure, featured in the Sunday Mail (18 May 2014) with nursing students Ella Nobes and Sophie Baulderstone (along with Medical students) discussing the future of the Nursing and Medical Schools in the city’s West End with Professor Warren Bebbington.
School of Nursing staff member, Jan Alderman and third year nursing student, Emma Smith, were proud to be a part of the University of Adelaide Seek Light industry campaign.
On Tuesday 6 May, the School of Nursing hosted its annual Badge Ceremony to recognise all our recent Nursing graduates. We congratulate all the graduates awarded prizes and merit awards. Photos from the event are now available on Flickr.
At the end of her rural placement, Paige Bevitt tell us… For my block of rural placement I went to Waikerie Health Services, working in the acute/accident and emergency ward of the hospital. My experience was filled with exciting and confronting events as it was my first time experiencing and managing emergency medical situations. I […]
At the end of her rural placement, Elizabeth Burleigh tells us… The experience of Rural Placement at South Coast District Hospital was one I will never forget. The hospital consisted of public and private wards, accident and emergency, a dialysis and chemotherapy unit and operating theatres. Over the three weeks I was able to experience […]
At the end of his rural placement, Guancheng He tells us… I spent three weeks in the emergency department of Whyalla hospital. I should say these three weeks were a great experience for me. I, as an international student, haven’t been to any rural area before among Australia. At the beginning, I was worried about […]
For rural placement, Kirstie McKellar, was placed at Wallaroo hospital on the Copper Coast. Kirstie tells us about her experience… Wallaroo hospital has seven private beds and 23 public beds with a four bed emergency department attached. Patients and hospital staff travelled from Bute, Port Hughes, Kadina, Moonta and Maitland. The ward had a range […]