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We are excited for the year ahead and welcoming back our all our new and returning students. To help new students to settle in, we ran a Transition to Uni (T2U) program, which is designed to teach and help provide skills in research and academic writing. Current MNM students helped with this week long program before the start of term, Belinda says of her experience “Being a peer mentor during the Transition to Uni (T2U) program was a fantastic opportunity. It allowed me to develop leadership and communication skills, and aided me in passing on wisdom that I had gained throughout my own experiences at Monash University. Covering all five days of the program allowed me to see the rapid growth and changes the students underwent and it was excellent to see the skills and friendships that developed during the program. It was an experience that I will never forget and strongly recommend it if you have the chance”.
A call to action: translating research to improve chronic wound outcomes.
Come and hear from national and international leaders about the latest innovative research to help you optimise patient outcomes and decrease costs in your organisation. The program will provide an overview of how to improve the quality of care for people with venous leg ulcers (VLU) and how to prevent pressure injury in acute care and residential aged-care facilities.
Tuesday 27 March 2018 @ 8:30am – 3:30pm
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Welcome to our new students in International Qualified Nurses (IQN) program, who all completed an intensive workshop last week to help prepare them for their course.
We are so proud of our students and graduates, Jade, who finished her course at the end of 2017, will be starting her graduate year soon. Here Jade talks about her experience with her clinical placements and her course. “Knowing that Monash has such close ties to all the major hospitals in Victoria is reassuring particularly when it comes to trying to enter the workforce. The sector regards Monash graduates really highly"
#Monash_SNM Mixed methods cohort study describes how blended learning can enhance competence & patient safety… https://t.co/75h5FyjaDU
#Monash_SNM Pharmaceutical opioid overdose deaths and the presence of witnesses @ijdrugpolicy https://t.co/MDuGV9svpv
#Monash_SNM Use of point of care outcomes data facilitates quality improvement in palliative care @anmfbetterhands
#Monash_SNM Implementing Endobronchial Ultrasound-Guided (EBUS) for Staging and Diagnosis of Lung Cancer: A Cost An… https://t.co/GsscF14x3V
Welcome to our new #monash_nm students in International Qualified Nurses (IQN) program, who all completed an intensive workshop last week to help prepare them for their course.
So proud also of our BN/BM, BN/BEH and MNP students who received their nurses and midwives badges at a ceremony on Peninsula campus this afternoon -it has been a wonderful day of celebration - well done to all our students who are graduating this year #futurenurseleaders
So proud also of our BN Clayton students who this morning received their nurses badges at a ceremony at Peninsula campus - what a morning of celebration it’s been so far, looking forward to presenting our MNP, BN&BM and BN&BEH students with their badges this afternoon #futurenurseleaders