What if international nurses who studied in Australia were to practise in a hospital in their country of origin?

By Rey Lim, Daphine Moseti, Ganga Nair, Navneet Navneet, Sheen Rombano and Joy Penman|
March 6th, 2020|

This year Monash University's Nursing and Midwifery school in Victoria offered two new units to internationally qualified nurses to help them provide safe, high-quality and [...]

‘Empathy moments’ in first year nursing and midwifery student curriculum

By Julie Shepherd|
February 12th, 2020|

Empathy is defined as the ability to understand the feelings or ideas of another and to see their experiences as unique without making comparisons to [...]

Council of Deans supports development of new clinical Placement Evaluation Tool

By Professor Simon Cooper|
November 1st, 2019|

Clinical placements are vital for nursing students’ education, for workplace culture exposure and to enable translation of theory into practice. However, the quality of nursing [...]

Cross disciplinary knowledge transfer: The experience of student to RN

By Caitlin Goman, Christopher Patterson and Lorna Moxham|
June 12th, 2019|

Australian RN students are required to complete a minimum of 800 hours of supervised clinical placement throughout the course of their Bachelor of Nursing (BN) [...]

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