Rural nursing and research career of Associate Professor Judith Anderson

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We interview Associate Professor Judith Anderson about her career in rural nursing and research. Judith has a 20-year history of working as a Registered Nurse in rural areas. The majority of this time was spent in multi-purpose services and aged care, where she worked in several roles both clinical and managerial. This work has led to an interest in aged care, rural health, emergency care and community development.

Period26 Jan 2022

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  • TitleRural nursing and research career of Associate Professor Judith Anderson.
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletNurse Break Blog
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date26/01/22
    DescriptionWe interview Associate Professor Judith Anderson about her career in rural nursing and research. Judith has a 20-year history of working as a Registered Nurse in rural areas. The majority of this time was spent in multi-purpose services and aged care, where she worked in several roles both clinical and managerial. This work has led to an interest in aged care, rural health, emergency care and community development.
    Producer/AuthorThe Nurse Break Team
    URLhttps://thenursebreak.org/rural-nursing-and-research/
    PersonsJudith Anderson