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Three of our #MonashNM students have taken time out on their trip to Cambodia to reflect on their experience and what they have learnt so far.
Rae - ' We are just so lucky to have the Australian healthcare system and the things we take for granted which include hand hygiene make such a difference in our nursing practice'.
Courtney - ' I found the diversity and the delivery of the healthcare system truly eye opening and a great learning experience and through this opportunity I have learnt the emphasis on patient nurse relationship should not be under estimated'.
Grazia - ' following the experience of visiting the hospital I feel more prepared to better manage the fundamental nursing skills of being able to assess, plan and manage the care of my patients and me more culturally prepared'.
#MonashNM students in Cambodia have visited a city hospital. They were shown around the maternity, surgical, paediatric and emergency wards.
#Monash_NM students and academics at the airport en route to Cambodia to complete a community health care placement working with medical services looking after local communities.
Article: The experience of people with dementia and nurses in hospital | @jclinnursing https://t.co/fnte7J4iKK
Navigating comms with families during withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in intensive care @jclinnursing https://t.co/SJ4DF3mHQN
Australian nursing students’ experience of bullying and/or harassment during clinical placement | Collegian https://t.co/RvRk4jwObC
Research publication performance of Australian Professors of Nursing & Midwifery | @jadvnursing https://t.co/hBitFMiXaE @lisamckennaMU