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Clinical profession supported by graduates

ELEVEN 2015 nursing graduatestudents were presented with certificates, while a record number of 21 studentsbegun their practical placement in the North West.
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Chief Executive Officer, Terry Mehan, said it was fantastic to have a substantial number of graduates who had chosento work in North West Queensland.

CONGRATULATIONS: 2015 nursing graduates complete their practical requirements and join the workforce. Photo: Samantha Walton.

“It is a great sign for the future of our clinical workforce that we can attract and attain so many people from other communitiesto start their careerin our community,” he said.

Nursing and Midwifery executive director,Michelle Garner, saidthe 2016 nursing students completed their orientation on Friday February 4 and would commencework on Monday February 7.

RECORD: North West Queensland has a new record of 21 nursing students starting their placement for 2016. Photo: Samantha Walton.

“On Monday students will be spread across the North West to complete their practical requirements,” she said.

“Nursingstudents will be placed in Mount Isa, Cloncurry, Julia Creek, Normanton, Doomadgee, and Mornington Island.Nurses will coverthe entire health service including the emergency department, theatre, intensive care unit, medical ward, surgical ward and maternity.”

2016 nursing student Maddy Van Hunnik said she was excited to begin her placement.

“Ifeel there isan opportunity for growth in the nursing profession in rural areas.

“There are also a lot of opportunities to refine your skills and deal with issues that you may not get in urban settings.

“There are a lot of us branching into different areas so we can discuss other channels of nursing that we might be interested inand get each others opinion and insightinto that area.”

2015 nursing graduate, Shauni Somerfield, said she was glad to have completed all course requirements.

“I really enjoyed my experience studying anddoing therotation across the different wardsin a rural area likeJulia Creek.I am just so happy there are local opportunities and support available for nursing students in the North West.”

Shaunilooks forward toworking full time inMount Isa emergency.

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