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Statistics over the Summer...

So Intro to Statistics is my last class (and only summer course)  at Mira Costa College (before heading to Grand Canyon University– it also counts as a requisite for their Nursing Program, so I hit 2 birds with one stone. 278 more words

Mira Costa College

Starting Over: Nursing as a Second Career (Part II)

There’s nothing more frustrating than being completely clueless about where your niche in life should be. Where do you belong? What exactly is your purpose? 450 more words


Boston Children's Hospital - Nursing and Research

Whilst at Boston, I was delighted to be given the opportunity to shadow one of the nurses on the Medical Surgical ICU. Unfortunately due to insurance purposes etc, I wasn’t actually allowed to do anything as both me and the lovely nurse I was shadowing would have liked but it was a great chance to see how an American ICU differs from an English one and to see how family centred care is incorporated into practice.  1,012 more words

Travel Scholarship

Future Nurses: resilient, transformative & tech savvy

Practice-informed nursing: The future of transformative nursing education and research in a technological context

Three significant factors will impact on the future of nursing education and research in Australia…

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Starting Over: Nursing as a Second Career (Part I)

Let’s face it. Starting anything new can be daunting. I would know; it took me a solid few months just to muster the courage to launch this blog that’s been gathering dust in the back of my subconscious somewhere. 322 more words


Funding for falls

Researchers from the Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research at St John of God Murdoch Hospital, Dr Gail Ross-Adjie and Professor Leanne Monterosso, have been awarded a Babe Norman Research Grant to enable the Centre to continue its extensive research into patient falls. 305 more words

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RCN International Nursing Research Conference - Day 2

Reading Professor Gary Rolfe’s work can sometimes be a little challenging but it was fascinating to hear so much sense in the keynote lecture that started Day 2 of the Conference. 609 more words

Annual International Nursing Research Conference