Tamara Barrow, ANSS president, tells us about an event that sounds like a lot of fun… On 2 April, a number of Adelaide Nursing students and 10 Singapore exchange students developed their competitive streak and raced around Adelaide taking “selfies” at each Adelaide icon. After a full 60 minutes, each team came back exhausted but […]
The School of Nursing is excited to announce that Professor Gill Harvey will be continuing with the School for another four years until 2018. Since October 2013 Gill has been a Visiting Professor while on a two year sabbatical from her post as Professor of Health Management at Manchester Business School in the United Kingdom. […]
You may have seen him in the hallways imparting his wisdom and knowledge to Bachelor of Nursing and Master of Clinical Nursing students, but did you know he is about to become a Doctor? On Wednesday 5 November 2014, Frank Donnelly found out he has successfully fulfilled the requirements to pass his PhD. Frank began […]
Adelaide Medical Nursing Schools Project Construction has officially begun on the biggest capital works project in the University of Adelaide’s history – the new $206 million Medical and Nursing Schools building in Adelaide’s West End. I was delighted to attend the Sod Turning Ceremony along with the Premier of South Australia, the Hon. Jay Weatherill, […]
Tell us a little about you… Born and raised in Adelaide, after finishing a Bachelor of Arts, then an Honours degree in Zoology at University of Adelaide, I moved to Darwin and spent 10 years working and studying there. My first job involved studying the ecology of mangroves, and the physiology of reptiles – lots […]
Students from Hyogo University of Health Sciences in Japan with their tutor, Assoc. Prof. Toshie Tsuchida and fellow University of Adelaide staff, Ryan Clarke (top left) and Jan Alderman (second row, far right) By Esther Currie, Bachelor of Nursing student Many of us had the privilege of meeting Japanese nursing students visiting the University of […]
In 2015, there are a minimum of five rural clinical placement bursaries valued at up to $200 for University of Adelaide students enrolled in Level 2 of the Bachelor of Nursing or the Master of Clinical Nursing (at the time of rural placement). The Rural Clinical Placement Bursary will be awarded towards financial assistance for […]
We were delighted when the School of Nursing was chosen to represent the University of Adelaide’s advertising campaign focused on the University’s relationship with all our industry partners. Look out for the billboard throughout the year. You might have caught a glance of it in May, when it was unveiled on the corner of Rundle […]
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.