Going the extra mile

The care nurses deliver is life changing. For Flinders University Nursing gradate Claire Nichols, her life experiences led to a career in nursing and a realisation […]

Invaluable in palliative care

Thirty five year old Maite Uribe is the new Vice President of one of the United States’ leading end-of-life care providers. At Flinders University Maite (BNg(PreReg) […]

A diverse and rewarding career

Katherine Seiboth’s desire to become a Nurse and Midwife was constant throughout her childhood, however she wasn’t prepared for how incredibly diverse and rewarding her career […]

A role model for nursing

Distinguished nursing education pioneer, Dr Joan Durdin AM, RN, FRCNA (Hon), (DUniv ’94), has worked tirelessly throughout her life to improve the professional status of nursing […]

Santanu leads palliative care movement

Until 2002 ‘palliative care’ was unheard of in North Eastern India but as a result of personal tragedy, Santanu Chakraborty (GradCertHlth ’08) has been leading a […]

Leading the nursing profession

Tien Dung Pham (MNg(Cwk) ’15) is the Chief Nursing Officer at the National Hospital of Dermatology and Venereology in Hanoi, Vietnam. In this leading role, Pham […]