Associate Professor Minette Coetzee visits Nairobi, Kenya, to attend a midwifery and nursing, leadership summit for setting clinical research priorities to improve health care provision in Africa.
Associate Professor Minette Coetzee visits with nurse leaders in Kampala, Uganda, to further explore with them the region’s support needs for postgraduate paediatric nurse training.
Professor Jean Johnson, the founding Dean of the School of Nursing at the George Washington University (GWU), visits with the Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative to begin assisting in what is to be an extensive refinement and evaluation process for the new Professional Masters in Child Nursing Programme.
There was much celebration and happy relief among the postgraduate child and critical care child nursing students last week with the release of their final (preliminary) results.
The University of Cape Town (UCT) Faculty of Health Sciences hosted a short ‘Ebola seminar’ on the 28 October 2014 to assist the Faculty in beginning to develop an appropriate response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and to raise awareness of the epidemic among University of Cape Town staff. Jean Brown was able to attend the seminar and provides a summary of events.
Simon recently joined the Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative in hosting a SAPA and SAAPS Pre-Congress workshop at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital on “Leadership: creating work that matters in a 24/7/365 economy”. Here he shared some of the principles that guide his strengths-based approach to workforce management.
Mr Hillary Lubuto, a lecturer at the Lusaka School of Nursing, Zambia, became the most recent member of the team from Lusaka to spend time with the Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative in Cape Town through a three week educator internship visit in February.
2014 Child and Critical Care Child Nursing students receive the newly-established Marjorie McIntosh Postgraduate Bursary in Child Nursing and Midwifery.
Senior Lecturer and Senior Research Officer vacancies available.
We caught up with Tracy Ann Castle to find out about her recent trip to Blantyre, Malawi. Tracy’s trip makes her the first ever South African student from the Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative postgraduate children’s nursing programmes to do a clinical placement in an African Paediatric Fellowship Partnership (APFP) country.