At the School of Nursing and Midwifery we have a passion for finding better ways to educate and train nurses and midwives and enhance their capacity to professionally and competently contribute to the improved well being in our community.
Our research program is grounded in making a real difference to people, their careers and families, the communities in which they live and the broader health and education sectors.
Scott Stokes' work to ensure infants and their mothers could be treated in their hometown of Broome rather than be flown to Perth saw him named the WA Nurse of the Year.
Lisa McFarland's charity work recognised for creating positive outcomes in the community and the university whilst upholding the core values.
Congratulations to Amanda Fowler and Beverly Ewens, recognised in the 2014 Awards.