Last Friday ANS moved from the Eleanor Harrald Building into the new AHMS building located west end of the city, which will be open for Nursing Semester 1 teaching. Congratulations to all involved in the AHMS project, it is truly a magnificent architectural structure.
The Ageing & Living Well Think Tank Innovation Collaborative (ALWTTIC) held on 9-11 November was a resounding success. The aim of the Think Tank was to collaboratively develop innovative solutions to complex problems impacting healthy ageing policy and practice on topics such as finance; technology; lifestyle; healthcare informatics; medicine, gender and ageing; careers and work; […]
Congratulations to all our Nursing graduates who conferred their degree on 17 September. In particular, congratulations to all our Higher Degree by Research (HDR) graduates. This is a huge achievement! The School had a bumper record of six HDR completions in the September graduation ceremony. This included Amy Marshall who now has also completed her […]
I am currently in Canada leading the International Learning Collaborative (ILC) Conference, 23rd – 25th June. Established in 2008, the ILC brings like-minded professionals, academics and healthcare nursing leaders together to transform the way we deliver care in high tech environments and to elevate the standard of fundamentals of care around the world. Read more […]
A warm welcome to all our new students! We hope your studies have got off to a good start and you find your time with us both challenging and rewarding. Be sure to pace yourself, have fun and of course get prepared for all upcoming assessment items due. 2015 is an exciting time to be […]
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. […]
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, […]
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.
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 […]