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Prior to commencing his nursing career Paul Hanrahan was a lecturer at Melbourne University, working across three faculties, Economics and Commerce, Information Communication and Technology; and Education. In this two-part blog series Paul chats to us about why he made … Continue reading
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This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Men in NursingRegistered Nurse Greg Cox has taken an interesting pathway to becoming a nurse, he started out as a police officer but a series of ‘fortunate events and good … Continue reading