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Charles Darwin University (CDU) will hold graduation ceremonies at the Darwin Convention Centre today where more than 1,000 CDU students will graduate.

Thousands of university students graduate in Darwin

More than 1,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate and celebrate their academic achievements at graduation ceremonies held in Darwin today.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) will hold graduation ceremonies at the Darwin Convention Centre today where more than 1,000 CDU students will graduate.

Thousands of university students graduate in Darwin

More than 1,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate and celebrate their academic achievements at graduation ceremonies held in Darwin today.

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Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship

The scholarship will support a scoping review and gap analysis to explore acceptability of Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) screening for specific vulnerable population groups, and availability of trauma and culturally sensitive assessment and care pathways. The Nursing and Midwifery (NaM) workforce is pivotal in PMH screening, assessment, and care. The study will engage NaM leadership to inform advancement of algorithms for NaM workforce development and decision-making in PMH screening.

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Halls Creek Placement

You can be brave . You are strong , you are resilient.
Studying external has proven this.  I have the skills to work in many environments. 

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The Pulse #9 2022

Sue Kruske and Jenne Roberts from the Molly Wardaguga Research Centre are designing a scoping plan for a comprehensive evaluation of the NT Healthy Under 5-Kids– Partnering Families Program (HU5K-PF). The Healthy under 5 Kids program aims to improve the health, wellbeing, development, safety and learning outcomes of children and their families by providing health assessments and support and connecting families to other services. This program makes a big contribution to the NT’s early childhood development goal of ensuring all children are ready to learn from day 1 of starting school.

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The Pulse #8 2022

As you know we are working toward establishing our own simulation spaces in Queensland, Victoria and WA.  After a lot of navel gazing and deliberating on nomenclature for these initiatives while recognising that the terms ‘Centre” and ‘Campus’ can’t be used the following has been conceptualised as a working name:

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The Pulse #7 2022

As usual I can’t believe that it’s time for another edition of “The Pulse”. It has been a busy month since the last edition. 

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The Master of Nursing Practice (Pre-Registration) (MNP-PR) Year 2

The Pulse #5 2022

May has been a very busy month that commenced with an ANMAC assessment team visiting our Sydney, Alice Springs, and Casuarina campuses as part of the Bachelor of Nursing accreditation process.  At the conclusion of their visits to each site they provided feedback to staff in attendance.  The team were very positive regarding our staff and physical resources. They highlighted a few areas of concern such as placements and student numbers.  The final comprehensive report is pending that will inform actions going forward within the CNM. 

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Celebrating International Nurses’ Day at CDU

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is celebrating the amazing work of its graduate and student nurses on International Nurses’ Day on May 12.

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Janie Mason

CDU recognises the long history of nursing in the Northern Territory

A new book written by Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Nursing Museum Honorary Curator offers a valuable and unique insight into the rich history of nursing in the Northern Territory.  

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