Nursing: Dr Tracy Carol Ayre
Dr Tracy Carol Ayre is the Chief Nurse at Singapore General Hospital. She completed her PhD in nursing at the University of Melbourne in 2009 and spoke to us about her experience at Melbourne.
Nursing: Chris Williams
Chris Williams (M. Advanced Nursing Practice 2017) was the 2016 winner of the Royal Melbourne Hospital Graduate Nurses Association Award and works as a paediatric oncology nurse consultant at the Royal Children’s Hospital.
Nursing: Professor Denise Harrison
Professor Denise Harrison (M. Advanced Nursing Practice 2002, PhD 2007) is the Chair in Nursing Care of Children, Youth and Families at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).
Nursing: Wei Liu
Wei Liu (Grad Dip Adv. Clinical Nursing 2006, M. Advanced Nursing 2007, PhD 2012) is Assistant Professor at the College of Nursing and Public Health at Adelphi University, New York City.
Nursing Alumni Association
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MDHS Scholarship Fund
Scholarships and bursaries provided by the Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Scholarships Fund are awarded on the basis of financial need, disadvantage and/or prior academic achievement. They provide life-transforming, equitable access to education.