Excellence in caring

Our School’s programs offer a personalised student journey through innovative and contemporary learning experiences.

Our students are inspired to become life-long learners and committed to the delivery of care across the lifespan.

Our teaching reflects contemporary practice, is evidence-based and delivered by experts from the University and industry partners.

Our research is undertaken in collaboration with our Indigenous and local communities, national and global partners and is focused on ground-breaking solutions to real world health challenges.

Ranked 26 in the World ? for Nursing
94% Employed ? within four months of graduating
800 hours of clinical placement

Why study nursing and midwifery with us

Our students experience individual support to meet their needs in a nurturing environment, helping them to achieve their goals.

Our curriculum has been redesigned and is delivered using a blended learning approach combining the benefits of face-to-face teaching, with the flexibility of virtual learning. Our programs are informed by evidence-based practice and guided by our values of excellence, engagement, equity and sustainability to grow future nursing and midwifery leaders.

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Degrees

Our global reputation for providing excellence in research

Through collaborative work with our strategic partners and the expertise and contributions of our staff, our research outputs have impacted policy, practice and education

Our School engages in research that challenges conventional thinking and makes purposeful impact on the direction of care in nursing and midwifery. New innovations are created through our work, which leads to improved care for people and their families across the lifespan.

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Latest news

International Day of the Midwife 2021

News • 5 May 2021

Follow the Data: Invest in Midwives

Each year on 5 May we reflect on and celebrate the extraordinary contribution midwives make to the health and wellbeing of women, babies and families, during one of the most important events of our lives - being born.

Professor Vanessa McDonald

News • 8 Oct 2020

Asthma treatment – it’s not one-size-fits-all

With at least one asthma-related death each day in Australia, a team of researchers has been awarded $2.5 million dollars from NHMRC to investigate personalised approaches to asthma treatment.

Health students go rural with the Department of Rural Health

News • 12 Aug 2020

Growing numbers of health students choose to “go rural” in 2021

The University of Newcastle’s Department of Rural Health has seen a significant jump in the number of allied health students choosing to go rural in 2021, showing the increasing popularity of rural locations among domestic undergraduate students.

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Events

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Event • 23 Jun 2021 from 1:30pm - 3:00pm

Engaged research practice: An introduction

Join the Newcastle Impact Network as we unpack some activities that you as Researchers and Research Administrators can use to engage with key stakeholder / collaborators / end-users throughout the research lifecycle

RA-EMCR-image

Event • 7 Jul 2021 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Know your Rights: Copyright, Creative Commons and Open Access

This session will provide you with an update on all things Copyright, Creative Commons and Open Access.

RA GAP

Event • 15 Jul 2021 from 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Panel Discussion - NHMRC Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies

This session will provide an overview of the upcoming NHMRC CTCS round and key dates, along with a discussion on lessons learned from the previous round.

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The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.