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College of Nursing and Midwifery Quarterly Newsletter 

March 2020

Welcome to our first newsletter for 2020 which is already a great year for the College. 2020 has been designated by the World Health Organisation as the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, and we will celebrate on May 20 at our College Awards evening. 

Meet our new Clinical Liaison Lecturers who are key to our new model of clinical supervision for CDU nursing and midwifery students in partnership with NT Health. 

Learn about our new relationship with Health Careers International as we develop new and innovative pathways for students to engage in our courses. 

Congratulations to our stellar research team who were successful in a national multi million dollar tender to provide support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and mothers. 

CDU nursing students have been delivering primary health care in Vietnam, new staff are joining the College and there are new postgraduate programs on offer.

We will continue to share all the inspiring good news stories with you, and keep you informed of College activities and future plans. If you are a student, alumni, clinical partner or a key stakeholder please join our CDU community to connect, discover and grow.

Professor Catherine Turner AM
College Dean

CDU students provide hands-on care to Vietnam's vulnerable communities

For the first time, Charles Darwin University students have been selected to deliver primary health care in remote regions of Vietnam - providing education, assessment and treatment to the country’s most vulnerable citizens, while also accruing accredited clinical hours.

Giving industry partners a taste of academic life through innovative CCL program

In partnership with NT Health, Charles Darwin University has seconded staff and offered them the chance to try their hand at university level teaching, following the introduction of CDU Clinical Liaison Lecturer positions within the College.

CDU wins tender to support ANFPP

CDU’s College of Nursing and Midwifery has been named the official Australian Nurse-Family Partnership Program (ANFPP) National Support Service, following a successful tender submission last year.

International Women’s Day - March 8
College of Nursing and Midwifery teams up with IHM

CDU’s College of Nursing and Midwifery has formed a relationship with the Institute of Health and Management, enabling direct pathways to higher education for international students.

Walk to Work Day - April 3

Each quarter, we'll highlight the achievements of outstanding and influential nurses or midwives

Lesley Barclay - changing lives through research

International Year of the Nurse and Midwife 2020

Spotlight on a new staff member

Jacqui Liehr joins CDU as Manager Work Integrated Learning

Congratulations Mpho!

CDU Lecturer in Midwifery Mpho Dube has received a Ryan Family Award

Course spotlight

Graduate Diploma of Mental Health

Check out our new dedicated websites for 

Molly Wardaguga Research Centre 


Birthing on Country

The Annual College Staff and Student Awards evening is being held in Darwin on 20th May 2020. Watch this space for full details of all the winners
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