Shandong University collaboration
The College of Nursing and Midwifery has established a partnership with Shandong University School of Nursing from China.
Celebrating diversity will improve health outcomes for Territorians
The NT Health Inclusion Strategy promotes the health and wellbeing of sexuality and gender diverse people, families and communities. The strategy builds on current initiatives and sets clear aims and actions to improve health services and workplaces to become more inclusive for all Territorians.
Improving maternal and infant birthing outcomes for first nations people
Associate Professor Yvette Roe has been awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship for 2019.
Nurse practitioner week
On 12 December every year, we celebrate Nurse Practitioner day. The week aims to increase knowledge and understanding about the role amongst the general population as well as amongst other health care professionals and key stakeholders.
Is 2020 your year to study something new?
Applications are currently open for a range of postgraduate courses in both Nursing and Midwifery. The College has launched eight new and exciting programs to respond to areas of demand. From Maternal Critical Care to Health Services Management or Mental Health, we have something for you to take you to the next step in your career.
Karita McCarthy (Bachelor of Nursing) – CATSINam Student of the Year 2019!
Karita McCarthy recently was awarded the CATSINaM Student of the Year 2019 Award! This month she shares with us some of her experience and advice.
CDU graduation day a proud moment for midwifery graduate
The CDU graduation ceremony held in Darwin was a proud moment for Bachelor of Midwifery graduate Sharna Timmer. Sharna combined her studies with family and community demands to achieve her dream of becoming a midwife. Following graduation, this is what Sharna had to say about her student experience at CDU.
Brisbane CDU office opening
The opening of the Brisbane centre has cemented Nursing & Midwifery as a College with national reach. The centre is conveniently co-located adjacent to the 45 Brisbane based Menzies researchers. Located centrally in Brisbane City at Cathedral Square, the Centre is home to several key College staff and to the Molly Wardaguga Research Centre.
CDU Master of Aeromedical Retrieval…touching down soon!
CDU’s new Masters of Public Health (Aeromedical Retrieval) is starting to take shape thanks to some of Australia’s leading aeromedical retrieval specialists.