Dr Tamara Power is a Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Healthy. In this blog, she reflects on her academic and professional journey.
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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”
A line of defence
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”