Why it’s not too early to start thinking about your new graduate application

Written by Betty Holland, UTS Bachelor of Midwifery graduate Is the final year of your nursing or midwifery degree suddenly upon you? Firstly, congratulations! It is no small feat to have made it this far through a challenging (but very rewarding) uni course! But where to next? For many, the next step will be aContinue reading “Why it’s not too early to start thinking about your new graduate application”

A World Beyond the Wards: Community and Primary Health Nursing

By Robbie Bedbrook  When you’re training to be a nurse it’s hard to imagine life outside the four walls of the hospital. Almost all of your practical placements are on the wards and so many of your classes are assessing your skills and dedication to hospital-based nursing. And why not? The majority of nurses doContinue reading “A World Beyond the Wards: Community and Primary Health Nursing”

Welcome To The Real World. The Life of a New Grad Midwife

Written by Amanda Rehayem, a 2014 graduate of the Bachelor of Midwifery at UTS and now Registered Midwife. What is this new grad business? Throughout my 3 years as a midwifery student Ifound myself learning immensely through the incredible practical and theoretical components at the University of Technology, Sydney. Although as it turns out, nothingContinue reading “Welcome To The Real World. The Life of a New Grad Midwife”