The School of Nursing and Midwifery was honoured to host Professor Frank as he presented a seminar titled “How do you sell your research?” and “How do you measure impact?”
Four prizes were awarded to students enrolled or graduating in the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) at our South West campus.
Professor John Frank FRSE will be visiting Perth as a Distinguished Visiting Professor of WAHTN, supported in part by funding to WAHTN from Lotterywest.
Professor Kathryn Anderson from Georgia Southern University will be visiting the School from Monday 30 January to Friday 10 February.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has teamed up with the Lovell Foundation and not-for-profit aged care and retirement living providers, Bethanie and Mercy Health, to develop an exciting and innovative educational toolkit to help carers of people living with Younger Onset Dementia (YOD).
The project will target people diagnosed with prediabetes, a condition highly likely to progress to a diagnosis of diabetes if left untreated.
For the ground breaking research partnership they have recently commenced.
Second year student, Teagan Bewick, was recently awarded Zonta's Lucy Bohan Nursing Scholarship for 2017.
ECU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery has commenced ground breaking research in partnership with an innovative private company who administer chemotherapy in the home setting.
The Department of Health's Nursing and Midwifery Office has opened applications for Fellowship, Academic Research and Support Grants.
Fiona Foxall's research explores the factors that affect decision-making and the process of withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment from ICU patients in a tertiary hospital in Western Australia.
The addition of nursing assistants to hospital wards does not improve patient outcomes, according to new research from ECU's School of Nursing and Midwifery.
This year’s theme ‘Emergency Care: Expanding the Horizon' explored the innovation, adaptation and perseverance of delivering emergency care in challenging environments.
Ladies Night expo at Bunnings.
Teagan Bewick, was awarded 1st place in the 2nd year stream for her essay on how to improve the care and well being of people with dementia.
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