Well done to our HDR students for presenting their work yesterday at the 2014 Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference. Well done Amy Marshall for being awarded the best Nursing poster!
Ever wondered what nursing is like overseas? International study tours are now available for students continuing in third year Bachelor of Nursing each year. In 2015 students will be travelling to Salzburg, Kobe and Singapore!
In October, the School hosted students from Austria. Here they are on a tour to a mental health facility at Glenside campus.
It was another successful Graduation Ball for the Bachelor of Nursing and Master of Clinical Nursing students on Friday 28 November. As always it was great to see our pre-registration students experience a well-deserved celebration! Thank you to the Adelaide Nursing Students’ Society for organising this wonderful event.
The Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCCN) represents over 2,200 critical care nurses across Australia. In recognition of excellence in the speciality the ACCCN (SA Branch) has established a prize, to be awarded to graduates of South Australian postgraduate programs in critical care nursing. This prize will be awarded to the ‘best’ graduate from […]
Jovie Decoyna, recent recipient of the HESTA Conference Scholarship shares her experience: The Innovation Workshops and Awards was hosted by The Health Roundtable on November 13-14, 2014 at the Rydges Hotel in Melbourne. The participants and presenters came from 146 health facilities across Australia and New Zealand. The aim of the workshop include sharing ideas […]
For more than 25 years, HESTA has focused on helping those in the health and community services sector reach their retirement goals. We have more than 785,000 members, 155,000 employers and more than $29 billion in assets. HESTA’s size means we can offer many benefits to members and employers. These include: low fees, a fully […]
The Research and Research Training Committee with the School of Nursing Executive are calling for applications for the Eleanor Harrald Postdoctoral Fellowship 2015. Eleanor Harrald commenced her nursing training at the Adelaide Hospital, as it was then known, on 3 September 1894, as a ‘Black Pro’ (probationary nurse). After an initial one month trial, she […]
Tell us a little about you… In the Late 70s when I was completing a Bachelor of Arts at Flinders University and working at a small residential aged care facility as a nurse assistant. It became clear that nursing was the path I needed to take. I then trained at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and […]
Well done to all Nursing students who have just completed their undergraduate, postgraduate degree or PhD, what an achievement! Take this new knowledge and experience gained from your degree and apply it toward a successful and rewarding career. And don’t forget to keep in touch with us along the way! Just like one of our […]