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Diversity and Networking

Hi everyone! As nursing has been pretty much non-existent this month (I recently broke my finger and have been unable to work) I wanted to give you all a different insight into my life in this blog. I apologise in advance to you all as this blog takes a spin compared to my previous entries. […]

Life is Precious

Nursing for six months has definitely opened my eyes into how precious life is, and how quickly it can change, no matter your age. We have one life, treasure it, embrace it and give it all you’ve got. I guess there is no denying that nurse-patient relationships are a powerful and real thing. I was […]

I know better. I do better.

So whilst I have been completely M.I.A. from the blog writing, I can assure you all I have been keeping myself busy studying, studying, studying!! As I mentioned in my last blog all the way back in FEBRUARY, I have returned to Uni this year studying post-grad Intensive care. We have now reached the halfway […]

Transitioning from Student to Graduate Nurse

Hi there! I’ve recently been asked by many nursing students what it has been like transitioning from a nursing student to graduate nurse. Well let me tell you the story from the beginning, starting from the application process. It definitely felt like a draining and time-consuming process. Writing up my CV and many cover letters, […]

Pain, pain, go away – don’t come again another day

Hi there! I cannot believe that I have already completed my first rotation in the Bass Ward and have transitioned smoothly into 4GN. All the staff in 4GN have been very friendly and supportive to us new graduate nurses. To all the staff I worked with in the Bass Ward, thank you for your guidance, […]

International Nurses Day

Hello there! I cannot believe that after years of study, I have now officially entered the workforce hitting the ground running… literally! My name is Bernadette Pulis and I have started my nursing career as a graduate at Peninsula Health. Only just into my forth month of the program, (I cannot believe how quickly that […]

International Day of the Midwife

Well, it has been positively months since I have blogged – and I hope this hasn’t been too much of an inconvenience to anyone!! So much has happened over the last little while, but I won’t even try to capture it all here today. Today what I am going to discuss is my colleagues, what […]

Stop the clot!!

How would you feel knowing that if you were unwell and became hospitalised, you may be at risk of dying from an illness that kills 40 times more people in Australia than HIV/AIDS? Those that survive are left with with long term complications such as discolouration and scarring of the skin. This illness costs the […]

The Bigger Journey Begins…

Hello everybody! Well, it is official I am no longer a grad… which means no more playing the “grad card” (and trust me for any new grads reading this blog, you will play the grad card at some point this year). Fortunately I finished off my grad year with a big bang and was the […]

Talk to Your Family!

Hello there everyone, I hope you all had a safe and happy Christmas and New Year. I may have spent my Christmas and New Year at work, but I was fortunate enough to share some good food and lot of laughs with a great bunch of staff, and managed to share some festive joy with […]