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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.
Wow, what an amazing start to the New Year. A big happy 2014 welcome to all our friends, nursing family and to all our students, all 964 of you (our biggest intake)! We trust your year so far is off to an exciting and busy start. A special welcome to our new students, it was […]
School update on the new Integrated Clinical School (ICS) in the West End SA Health and Biomedical Precinct
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 […]