In support of our front line healthcare workers, The University of Notre Dame Australia’s School of Nursing & Midwifery is launching free online continuing professional development (CPD) short courses for any healthcare professional looking to refresh and upskill themselves in the management of the critically ill patient.
Alumnus, Gordon D’Mello, graduated from Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Communications & Media in 2013. During his university days, Gordon founded 5Why Media (5why.com.au) and since graduating he has gone on to start a digital marketing and branding business called GDM. We caught up with Gordon recently to find out how he’s adapting his work to a post-pandemic world and find out his tips for staying connected online.
Self-isolation and social distancing doesn’t have to equal being anti-social or feeling isolated (not to mention really, really bored) – the beauty of the digital age is that there are support networks and entertainment all accessible in the palm of your hand. So if you’re looking for ways to stay connected with your network of friends and family online, or simply need a distraction from the news and study, try one of these apps!
While everyone transitions to studying, working and socialising online, we want you to know that campus life is continuing in the digital space as well! Each week we’ll be updating you with activities that our Student Services team are running online – accessible wherever you happen to be social distancing.
High school students and their parents face a challenging time in Year 11 and 12 and that has been made even trickier by the current situation.