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From Economics Lecturer to Perioperative Nursing – Paul’s Story (Part 1 of 2)

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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Men in nursing Part 4: Tim’s story

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Men in Nursing

Tim Snell is an undergraduate nursing student and is also employed by Hunter New England Health as an Assistant in Nursing. In his workplace the ratio of male to female nurses is about 1:8, in his class the ratio is … Continue reading

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Men in Nursing: Part 3, Greg’s story.

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Men in Nursing

Registered 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 decisions’ led him into nursing as a profession. He tells us his … Continue reading

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Men in Nursing: Part 2, Luke’s Story.

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Men in Nursing

Luke Laws recently started working in the emergency department of Nepean Public Hospital; he is also studying towards a Bachelor of Nursing part-time through the University of Western Sydney. Luke was born in Australia and has English and Aboriginal heritage; … Continue reading

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