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International Family Nursing Association member feedback requested

The International Family Nursing Association is seeking feedback from members on its draft position statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for Family Nursing.

Mothers Adopting Midwifery Students Program

Register for the Mothers Adopting Midwfery Students Program

We're seeking women 35 weeks pregnant or less, who are prepared to share their childbirth journey with an ECU Midwifery student.

Photo of School of Nursing & Midwifery early career researchers (Dr Hugh Davies, Caroline Vafeas, Dr Aisling Smyth, Dr Deb Sundin, Dr Elisabeth Jacob) and Professor John Frank (far right)

Research seminar a success

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?”

Demonstration ward at ECU South West campus

School of Nursing and Midwifery South West prize winners for 2016

Four prizes were awarded to students enrolled or graduating in the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) at our South West campus.

Safety and Quality in Healthcare

Seminar: How do you sell your research? How do you measure impact?

Professor John Frank FRSE will be visiting Perth as a Distinguished Visiting Professor of WAHTN, supported in part by funding to WAHTN from Lotterywest.

Patient care

Presentations on Family Nursing Practice

Professor Kathryn Anderson from Georgia Southern University will be visiting the School from Monday 30 January to Friday 10 February.

Latest university news

Foodie network for healthy eating

ECU and Uniting Care West have teamed up to create a Foodie Network that will promote healthy eating.

ECU media newsletter - 9 March 2017

This edition of the fortnightly media newsletter includes experts on the quality of food served in childcare centres and how Chinese tourists could help revive WA’s economy following the mining boom.

WA’s top female politicians talk female firsts

Just three days out from the State Election three of WA’s most successful politicians will discuss WA female firsts as part of ECU’s International Women's Day celebrations.

Soil linked to antibiotic resistant bacteria

Soils containing even small amounts of metals are more likely to contain strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to new research from Edith Cowan University.

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