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Students take Tanzanian trip

Wednesday 1 February 2017

Some of our students had the opportunity to work in very different, and often challenging, healthcare environment when they undertook a fieldwork placement in one of the poorest countries in the world, Tanzania.

Curtin congratulates first paramedicine graduates

Curtin University’s first cohort of paramedicine students have graduated and will soon be working as paramedics.

Study: Nurses and midwives highly stressed

Nurse with patient
A new study points to increasing levels of workplace dissatisfaction and stress among one of the most critical groups of healthcare professionals.

Ubiquitous iPad may prove effective pain tool

Twenty-first century technology, in the form of the humble and ubiquitous tablet computer, may just offer an answer to effectively distracting a highly distressed child.

New consortium to promote gerontological nursing

The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine at Curtin University has joined with seven other universities in an initiative to promote and support gerontological nursing within Australia via the new Australian Hartford Centre of Gerontological Nursing Excellence Consortium.