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Careers at Peninsula Health: Q&A with Rebecca Cox

Name: Rebecca Cox Job: Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies social worker Sites that you’re based at:  All sites, predominantly Frankston. Rebecca is a member of the multi-disciplinary Children’s Services Team at Peninsula Health. She shares an insight into her role. What does a typical day/shift in your role involve? I am an outreach worker so I […]

Life lessons I’ve learnt as a graduate nurse

I would like to tell you all about one of the most challenging situations I’ve experienced in my career so far, as well as some important life lessons and realisations. It is true what they say that it’s easier to dwell on the bad things and forget the good, or even worse, the question that […]

Careers at Peninsula Health: Q&A with Meagan Walpole

Name: Meagan Walpole Job: Midwife, Women’s Health Unit, Frankston Hospital Meagan provides a behind the scenes look at the role of midwives on the Women’s Health Unit at Frankston Hospital. What does a typical day/shift in your role involve? A day on the Women’s Health Unit (WHU) starts with being allocated to a particular area/role […]

Careers at Peninsula Health: Q&A with Erin Robinson

Name: Erin Robinson Job: Emergency Department Nurse and Walker Ward Nurse Location: Rosebud Hospital What does a typical day/shift in your role involve? I work across the General Medicine Ward and Emergency Department (ED) at Rosebud Hospital – therefore each day is as different and challenging as the next. One day I can be helping […]

The challenges of nursing

As you are all aware my first rotation has been in the Emergency Department (ED). Though I had already experienced what it was like to work in the ED during a four week placement as a student, I am still in a state of awe over the amazing amount of effort and knowledge that every […]

Nursing in Nepal

I am not sure how to describe all of the emotions I experienced in January this year when I volunteered as a nurse in Nepal during university semester break. Feelings of excitement, and nervousness came over me as the days crept closer to flying out of Australia, not knowing what to expect for the next […]

Careers at Peninsula Health: Q&A with Troy Gedye

Name: Troy Gedye Job title: Emergency Department (ED) Ward Clerk How long have you worked at Peninsula Health?  I started at Peninsula Health at the end of 2012, but I didn’t start in ED until March 2013. So this is my fourth year now in ED. What does a typical day/shift in your role involve? […]

My first three weeks as a graduate nurse

Hello again! Hopefully the first blog wasn’t too much of a bore because I think this one will be the biggest help to all the nursing students out there. This blog will track my first three weeks at Peninsula Health. First day nerves Waking up I wasn’t nervous, the most exciting part of the morning […]

Briesha’s journey to becoming a graduate nurse

Hello all! My name is Briesha (pronounced Brie-sha) and I am one of sixty new graduate nurses at Peninsula Health. Let me start by saying what a pleasure it is to have the opportunity to write this blog and share my adventures, my daily struggles and fears, as well as my triumphs and achievements over […]

Careers at Peninsula Health: Q&A with mental health nurse Elisabeth White

Elisabeth White was the recipient of the 2016 Award of Excellence for the graduate Mental Health program at Peninsula Health. She shares why she decided to pursue a career in mental health nursing and some of the challenges and rewards of her graduate year. 1. Why did you decide to study nursing and specialise in […]