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 […]

Kaurna Elder is creating cultural understanding

David ‘Tarnda’ Copley (DipAppSc(DevDis) ’88, BNg(GradEntry) ’08, GradDip(MentHlthNg) ’09),  is an Aboriginal man of Kaurna and Peramangk descent, and a recognised Elder of the Kaurna Nation […]

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 […]

A passion for the nursing profession

Tien Dung Pham is the Chief Nursing Officer at the National Hospital of Dermatology and Venereology in Hanoi, Vietnam. In this leading role, Pham observes and […]