Pursuing my nursing degree as a mature-aged student

Written by Chantelle Uvero, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student Has it been a while since you last studied? Maybe you took a break, or you’re feeling stuck and unsure of where you’re going? That’s OK! I remember that feeling and it was always daunting. It’s how I remember my first experience getting into university almostContinue reading “Pursuing my nursing degree as a mature-aged student”

A student guide to maintaining your wellbeing at uni

Written by Chantelle Uvero, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student Whether you’re staff, a new student, or a continuing student – maintaining wellbeing can be difficult. As we see assessment and exam dates creeping our way, it can feel quite overwhelming. This is why maintaining our physical, emotional, and psychological wellbeing is crucial, no matter whatContinue reading “A student guide to maintaining your wellbeing at uni”

Nurses: A Voice to Lead

Written by Tracy Levett-Jones, Professor of Nursing Education and Head of School at the University of Technology Sydney Today on the blog, we’re celebrating International Nurses Day with Professor Tracy Levett-Jones, Head Of Nursing And Midwifery.   Nightingale’s legacy A few years ago, I visited the Florence Nightingale Museum in London. Situated near St. ThomasContinue reading “Nurses: A Voice to Lead”

Celebrating the International Day of the Midwife 2021

Written by Kathleen Baird, Professor and Discipline Lead for Midwifery, University of Technology Sydney Today, Professor Kathleen Baird from the School of Nursing and Midwifery joins us on the blog as we celebrate the International Day of the Midwife. She talks about what this year’s theme means to her, the future of midwifery and offersContinue reading “Celebrating the International Day of the Midwife 2021”

5 questions about studying nursing… with Edwina!

Written by Edwina Phan, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student 1. What made you want to become a nurse? I grew up having a huge passion for health and science as throughout schooling, I always loved learning about anything in relation to the human body. I wanted a career that was challenging, exciting yet rewarding, asContinue reading “5 questions about studying nursing… with Edwina!”

5 questions about studying nursing… with Joshua!

Written by Joshua del Prado, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student 1. What inspired you to study nursing? I have a passion in helping other people and studying the Bachelor of Nursing will allow me to do this permanently as a lifestyle. The job stability of a nurse and the potential to help those who are in needContinue reading “5 questions about studying nursing… with Joshua!”

5 ways to stay motivated in nursing school

Written by Ariel Symon, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student It’s a new year at uni and it’s time to refocus and get motivated again. Here are my five quick top tips: 1. Keep a diary/wall planner Seeing your schedule planned visually out really helps to keep on top of upcoming assessments. 2. Break tasks up Splitting upContinue reading “5 ways to stay motivated in nursing school”

How to make the most out of your time at uni – from someone who’s been there, done that

Written by Brandon Egan-Walters, UTS Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Management student Now that I’ve finished up my final year at UTS, here are my five tips for making the most out of your time here: 1. Find a degree that you love or are passionate about If you do this, you will never studyContinue reading “How to make the most out of your time at uni – from someone who’s been there, done that”

5 reasons health students need U:PASS

Written by Tijana Sharp (UTS Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science graduate) and Jesse Maugeri (UTS Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Management graduate) U:PASS. It’s an extra hour of free university study that is scheduled around the times of your classes on campus to make it easier for you to engage with your program. HereContinue reading “5 reasons health students need U:PASS”

5 ways to get the most out of your time at UTS

Written by Maddy Hobson, UTS Bachelor of Nursing graduate (2020) Orientation is about to get underway for another year at UTS. If you’re starting uni in 2021, here are my five tips for getting the most from your time here: 1. Join a club or society If you are nervous or worried about making friends at university,Continue reading “5 ways to get the most out of your time at UTS”