International nursing student Shingi Chando from Zimbabwe, who studied for the Diploma of Enrolled Nursing at TAFE NSW - Sydney Institute in 2012, has been awarded the prestigious 2013 Sydney Institute Medal. Shingi also won the 2013 Community Service and...
Twenty five years after training as a general nurse and midwife, Kate Dove went back to university and got her Graduate Certificate and Master's in Midwifery. She advises other mature-age nurses and midwives that it's never too late to...
This is a guest post by drug and alcohol nurse Max Hacker, who will host a free public forum on drug and alcohol abuse at Sydney University’s Nursing School on April 30. As a drug and alcohol nurse working in...
A $1.3 million mobile simulation centre launched in August will revolutionise the way clinical training is delivered in regional and remote areas of NSW. Named after midwifery legend Sister Alison Bush AO, the education centre on wheels is unique...
Nurse Uncut has carried many articles about new grad unemployment (see our list of links at the end of today's post). There's no doubt conditions are especially tough at the moment (possibly tougher in states other than NSW). Today,...
Chinese medicine in Australia: Evidence, research and practice - a professional education seminar on Saturday 25 June. Bringing together general practitioners, medical specialists and allied health practitioners, this one day seminar will discuss Chinese medicine practice, philosophy, traditional and scientific...
This is part 2 of Jennifer Tuckwell's thoughts on the current state of nurse education. Part 1 was published on Tuesday. Whatever the vision was for the current model of education, it is now evident that its current format is...
Most young people who are about to graduate from university or any course go through stages of feeling unprepared or overwhelmed by the task ahead of them. So it's no wonder that one of our Nurse Uncut readers Jess...
The Translational Cancer Research Network (TCRN) is seeking one candidate to undertake a PhD in the area of translational cancer research at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) or University of Technology Sydney (UTS). The successful candidates will be...
Covering a range of topics by some of Australia’s most influential nursing and midwifery professionals, while giving you up to 14 hours of your annual CPD requirements, the Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference is not to be missed. And there's...