Nursing: Courtney Kubitschek
"Success to me is coming to an end of a shift and your patients ask if you will be returning tomorrow because they enjoyed your care"
Nursing: Dr Gaye Moore
Dr Gaye Moore's clinical experience and education has enabled her to step into an extraordinary role coordinating a psycho-educational program called Optimal Health Program (OHP) at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.
Nursing: Dr Madonna Grehan
Dr Madonna Grehan holds a Graduate Diploma (Health Ethics) and a PhD from the University of Melbourne. Madonna has had Fellowships from State Library Victoria and Queensland and is currently writing a book on midwifery and women’s health in nineteenth century Victoria.
Nursing: Naomi Brockenshire
During her graduate year, Naomi Brockenshire was presented with an unusual, and incredible, prospect: to become a PhD candidate at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, charged with researching the role of the Clown Doctors.
Nursing: Dr Donna Milne
Donna is a nurse consultant with the melanoma and skin service and a clinical nurse researcher in the Department of Cancer Experiences Research at the Peter MacCullum Cancer Centre. Donna’s PhD investigated the perceptions of palliative care services held by people with advanced cancer. Her current research activities focus on identifying the needs of patients with melanoma and their family members and the experiences and expectations of patients being treated with immunotherapies.
Nursing: Hannah Jones
Hannah Jones (M. Adv Nursing Practice 2016) works as a clinical support nurse (education) and a neonatal clinical nurse specialist at the Royal Women’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Special Care Unit.
Nursing: Dr Tracy Carol Ayre
Dr Tracy Carol Ayre is the Chief Nurse at Singapore General Hospital. She completed her PhD in nursing at the University of Melbourne in 2009 and spoke to us about her experience at Melbourne.
Nursing: Chris Williams
Chris Williams (M. Advanced Nursing Practice 2017) was the 2016 winner of the Royal Melbourne Hospital Graduate Nurses Association Award and works as a paediatric oncology nurse consultant at the Royal Children’s Hospital.
Nursing: Wei Liu
Wei Liu (Grad Dip Adv. Clinical Nursing 2006, M. Advanced Nursing 2007, PhD 2012) is Assistant Professor at the College of Nursing and Public Health at Adelphi University, New York City.
Nursing: Professor Denise Harrison
Professor Denise Harrison (M. Advanced Nursing Practice 2002, PhD 2007) is the Chair in Nursing Care of Children, Youth and Families at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).