Cristy Rowe is a UTS Bachelor of Nursing alumna. Cristy worked full time in the Australian Army for four years. She is currently a Reserve Nursing Officer and is in her third year of studying medicine. Was working in the Army Reserves something you have always wanted to do? How did it come about?Continue reading “A line of defence”
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And so, avenge the nurses!
By Paul Ashton Professor of Public History at the University of Technology Sydney Where it all began For as long as humans have been going to war, nurses have been too, caring for the sick and wounded in oft-abhorrent conditions. Bob Whitmore’s depiction of hospital ship the ‘Centaur’ being attacked by the Japanese off theContinue reading “And so, avenge the nurses!”