Gningla aspires to give back to her people through nursing

Giving back to the Indigenous people in rural-remote Australia and all first-nations people across the world is the ambition of Gningla in her career as a nurse.

“Notre Dame taught me a lot about myself, how I learn, who I am as a person and how I fit into nursing,” says Notre Dame Nursing graduate, Gningla.

A graduate from the University’s Fremantle Campus, Gningla chose to complete her Bachelor of Nursing at Notre Dame because of the high level of practicum hours required and the opportunity to participate in different clinical settings.

“The pracs have allowed me to experience different clinical settings, develop my own strengths and weaknesses, balances and discover passions," says Gningla.

“The highlight of my Notre Dame degree was the honour of conducting a two-week placement in acute care with the
Royal Flying Doctors Service in Kalgoorlie. I was able to work alongside fantastic nurses in an area of primary health
that I’m really passionate about and it gave me a great insight to where I want to be in the future.”

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