The value of travel in your health care career

Written by Kirsty-Anne Baxter, UTS Master of Nurse Practitioner student I love nursing. I would say I’m a nursing geek! I really enjoy meeting new people from all walks of life, and I can’t imagine doing anything else. That’s the key to everything; if you don’t enjoy being a nurse, you’re less passionate about theContinue reading “The value of travel in your health care career”

UTS:Midwifery in Bali

By Allison Cummins Lecturer, UTS Faculty of Health Course Coordinator, Graduate Diploma of Midwifery, UTS Faculty of Health A few weeks ago, I accompanied twelve UTS midwifery students on a UTS:BUiLD (Beyond UTS International Leadership Development) trip to Bali, Indonesia, where we learnt about maternity services in developing nations. Bali is a beautiful island thatContinue reading “UTS:Midwifery in Bali”