The University of Notre Dame Australia and WA Country Health Service (WACHS) have teamed up to offer regional and rural nurses the opportunity to take the acclaimed School of Nursing & Midwifery Adult Deterioration: Assessment; Prevention; Treatment (ADAPT) course.
Researchers from The University of Notre Dame Australia’s School of Medicine Fremantle have been keeping a keen eye on how their students have been coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. Student wellbeing is more than just ‘feeling happy’ and understanding just how events such as the pandemic impact wellbeing is valuable for ensuring the future generations of students are better equipped to deal with whatever unprecedented events come their way.
In a NSW-first initiative, a group of 12 final-year medical students from The University of Notre Dame Australia joined the team at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney as Assistants in Medicine (AIMs) this week.
Western Australia followed the mantra of flattening the curve and succeeded at bringing COVID-19 under control across the state, but while the virus that brought countries to their knees has yet to take hold of WA or Australia as a whole, and attention diverts away from the largest global health crisis of the 21st century, the medical profession is facing a whole new set of challenges.
Congratulations to Amitav Saha, Senior Lecturer, in the School of Business Sydney, on winning the Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Award for his paper presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Western Region Virtual Conference held on 11/12 June, 2020.