Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health

  • Australia

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The guiding ethos of the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health is derived from the Wiradjuri people's phrase "Yindymarra Winhanganha" – the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in. The Wiradjuri people are custodians of the lands upon which many of the University's campuses are located. The wisdom of the Wiradjuri people is followed University-wide, to support the growth of positive environments for individuals, families, groups and communities. Likewise, the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health is committed to educating all students to live well and help others to adopt healthy lifestyles in a range of settings. Academic staff are passionate about the transformational nature of education – it is through learning and growth that people achieve their potential!

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Nurses Medicine & Life Sciences
Nursing Medicine & Life Sciences
Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Mental Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Delivery of Health Care Medicine & Life Sciences
Students Medicine & Life Sciences
Research Medicine & Life Sciences
Nursing Students Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 1990 2019

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research champions: A snapshot

Biles, B., Charles, J. & Biles, J., 05 Sep 2019, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing. 1st ed. Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter in textbook/reference book

health
student
reconciliation
nursing
responsibility

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ cardiovascular health and wellness

Biles, B., Smith, M., Hohol, A. & Wighton, D., Aug 2019, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples' Health and Well-being . Biles, B. & Biles, J. (eds.). Melbourne: Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter in textbook/reference book

Prizes

Geriatrics
government office
Teaching
learning

Dean's Medal

Sarah Stenson (Recipient), 2014

Prize: Award

academic achievement
health

Activities 2013 2019

The 5th World Parkinson Congress

Rachel Rossiter (Participant)
04 Jun 201907 Jun 2019

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

The 5th World Parkinson Congress

Vincent Carroll (Participant), Marguerite Bramble (Participant), Alfred Wong (Participant), Deborah Schwebel (Participant), Rachel Rossiter (Participant)
04 Jun 201907 Jun 2019

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

The case for specialist Parkinson's nurse services: Rural and Regional NSW

Rachel Rossiter (Speaker)
24 Jul 2019

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Press / Media

Voice of a rural community

Catherine Maginnis

25/07/19

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

How leading women have worked with mentors and sponsors to get there

Maree Bernoth

27/06/19

1 item of media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Impacts