20 December 2022

Sydney nursing graduate named WHO Chief Nursing Officer

The University of Sydney Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery graduate and Honorary Professor Dr Amelia Latu Afuhaamango Tu’ipulotu announced as new Chief Nursing Officer by the World Health Organization.
08 December 2022

How to become a nurse

Becoming a registered nurse (RN) is a straightforward process. After completing the HSC, you must study an accredited tertiary degree and then register as an RN through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).

08 December 2022

6 reasons to study nursing at the University of Sydney

As Australia’s leading university for nursing, you’ll be learning within our latest state-of-the-art facilities, have access to scholarships, undertake exciting clinical placements, connect with world-leading researchers and clinicians, and so much more.
08 December 2022

Why study postgraduate nursing at Sydney

Our postgraduate nursing degrees build on the knowledge and skills you have already gained as a registered nurse, so you can develop the capabilities required to move into a specialist or advanced practice role and take your career to the next level.
29 November 2022

The global complexities of oral health

After almost 20 years in the making, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Oral Health Status Report was recently released, revealing that half of world’s population suffers from diseases of teeth, gums or the mouth.
18 November 2022

Primary Health Care Registered Nursing

Mariah Goldsworthy aims to improve health and educational outcomes for children from rural and remote communities.
18 November 2022

Strengthening systems for health equity with VR

Emma Walke and her team are translating the experiences of the rural and remote communities into a virtual reality training tool.
17 November 2022

Healing Holistically – Healthy Country and Community

Matthews’ work focuses on improving holistic health care systems, the model of comprehensive care embodied by community-controlled primary health services that care for body, mind and spirit for first nations patients.
04 November 2022

Better services for alcohol and other drugs

Over 65% of people entering prison report risky alcohol or other drug use. Dr Michael Doyle's research considers whether more effective alcohol and other drug treatment could lead to improved health and reduce the likelihood of recidivism.
28 October 2022

Measuring wellbeing for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders

To discover what is most important to First Nations People, Associate Professor Michelle Dickson undertook research with 364 people across 20 Australian study sites.