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*soy-latte*

Yippeeee! I can officially join this group now! I am starting Nursing next year at ACU. I got into Mid but have changed preference to Nursing in case I changed my mind.

 

Anyone else starting next year? :xmas_smile:

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~waiting~for#5~

2010

~1st Year~

 

busychick~ FT BMid UniSA

SP2 - Normal Pregnancy & Childbirth 1

Being A Health Professional (G?)

Human Body 1

SP4 - Health care for women & families

SP5 – Human Body 2

Cultural Perspectives on Health

Normal Pregnancy & childbirth 2

 

Chocolatecookie ~ PT B? UniSA

SP2- Human Body 1

SP5 – Human Body 2

 

Coco100 ~ PT BNur UniSA

Summer SP7 – Possibly Human Body 2

SP2- Human Body 1

Lifespan Development

SP5 – Cultural Perspectives on Health

 

Duck*3 ~ FT BNur ACU Melb

Semester 1 –

Semester 2 -

 

Kabailz13 ~ FT BNur Notre Dame Internal

Semester 1: Developmental Psych

Intro to the human body

Intro to nursing

Sociology of health and illness

Nursing communications

Clinical prac

 

Kezzy ~ PT B? UniSA

SP2 - Human Body 1

SP5 - ?

 

Kylie ~ PT BNur CDU

Semester 1 - (S109) CUC100 Academic Literacies

(S109) NUR104 / PSY202 Developmental Psychology

(S109) NUR111 Health and Health Professions

(S109) SID175 Applied Science Concepts in Health Care 1

 

Lauren8282 ~ PT BNur UniSA

SP2 - Being a Health Professional (G1)

Human Body 1

SP5 - Determining Australia’s Health (G2)

Cultural Perspectives on Health

 

Layika ~ PT BNur UniSA

Summer SP7 – Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 1

SP2- Lifespan Development

SP5 – Determining Australia’s Health (G?)

Cultural Perspectives on Health

 

Mrs Pfeiff ~ PT BNur UniSA ~ LOA

SP2- Lifespan Development

SP5 – Human Body 2

 

MyBlueEyedBoy ~ PT BNur UniSA

SP2 – Being a Health Professional (G1)

SP5 – Cultural Perspectives on Health

Human Body 2

 

Nic&Al~ FT BNur UTAS

Semester 1 –

Semester 2 -

 

Obesa cantavit ~ PT BMid UniSA

SP2 - Human Body 1

SP5 - Human Body 2

Cultural Perspectives on Health

Summer SP7 - Being a Health Professional

 

Perrywinkle ~ PT BNur UniSA

SP2- Health of Infants, Children & Young People (G1)

Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 1

SP5- Determining Australia's Health (G10)

Summer SP7- Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 2

 

~PrincessHollie~ FT~ BNur Internal at ECU

Semester 1 - Social, Indigenous and Cultural Perspectives in Health Care

Communications in Health Care

Pyschosocial Development: A life span Approach

Biological Science in Nursing (1)

 

Purplekishi ~ FT~ BMid~ Monash

Semester 1 - BMS1901: Human structure and function 1

MID1001: With childbearing woman

NUR1001: Professional communication

NUR1101: Perspectives of health and wellness

Semester 2 - BMS1902: Human structure and function 2

MID1002: Making practice connections

MID1003: The childbearing journey

NUR1102: Health assessment in clinical practice

 

RyanHaydenJoel ~ FT~ BMid~ Monash

Semester 1 - BMS1901: Human structure and function 1

MID1001: With childbearing woman

NUR1001: Professional communication

NUR1101: Perspectives of health and wellness

Semester 2 - BMS1902: Human structure and function 2

MID1002: Making practice connections

MID1003: The childbearing journey

NUR1102: Health assessment in clinical practice

 

Sara ~ PT BNur UniSA ?LOA remainder of 2009

SP2 - Being A Health Professional (G1)

SP5- Determining Australia's Health (G13)

 

Shannon2007 ~ PT BMid UniSA

Summer SP7 – Human Body 2?

SP2 – Human Body 1

Normal Pregnancy & Childbirth 1

SP4 – Health Care For Women & Families

SP5 – Normal Pregnancy & Childbirth 2

 

Twinkletops (Kerry)~ FT BMid ACU

Semester 1 –

Semester 2 -

 

Zobo1000~ PT BNur UniSA

SP2 - Being A Health Professional (G?)

Human Body 1

SP5 – Human Body 2

Cultural Perspectives on Health

 

 

~2nd Year~

 

~3 gorgeous girls~ FT BMid UniSA internal

SP2 - Women & Midwives

SP5 - Complications of Pregnancy & Childbirth

 

Backazar~ FT BNur UniSA

Summer – Health of Infants, Children & Young People

SP2 – Health of Adults (G?)

Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 1

SP5 - Health of Older Adults (G?)

Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 2

ELA 1 (B1/2)

 

Dreamingoflove~ FT BNur CQU

Semester 1 –

Semester 2 -

 

Ily~ FT BNur Griffith Uni

Semester 1 – pathophysiology & pharmacology 1 (2nd year subject)

perspectives (1st year subject)

psychosocial (1st year subject)

Semester 2 -

 

Isis ~ FT BNur/BMid Deakin

Trimester 1- The Woman During Pregnancy (inc. 2 week placement)

Quality Use of Medicines in Nursing

Nursing Management and Interventions 2 (inc. 4 week placement)

Trimester 2- The Woman During Labour and Birth (inc. 2 week placement)

Nursing in Community Settings (inc. 1 week placement)

Mental Health Nursing (inc. 4 week placement)

 

*jaju* ~ FT BNur

Unisa SP2- Being A Health Professional (G?)

Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 1

SP5: SBOCP2

cdu semester2: health sociology

Gerontology

Foundation of inquiry into healthcare

Intro to mental health

Intro to med/surgical nursing

 

Kathryn74 ~ FT ~ ACU BMid Internal

Semester 1 - Being with Birthing Woman

Practice Collaborations

Ethics for Holistic Practice

Semester 2 - Babies Needing Extra Care

Caring For Babies

Therapuetics for Midwifery

 

Kellie ~ FT BMid UniSA

SP2 - Women & Midwives

SP5 - Complications of Pregnancy & Childbirth

 

Kitallea~ FT~ BNur Curtin

Semester 1 - Adult Nursing Practice (2wks ward & 4 days theatre)

Bioscience

Behavioural Response to Illness

Semester 2 -

 

LenaB ~ FT BMid UniSA

SP2 - LOA

SP5 - Complications of Pregnancy & Childbirth

 

LucyQua ~ PT BNur UniSA

Summer SP7 - Human Body 2

SP2 - Health of Infants, Children & Young People

Scientific Basis 1

SP5 - Scientific Basis 2

 

MegsW ~ LOA 2009

SP2-

SP5-

 

Pagan ~ PT BNur UniSA

SP2- Health of Adults (G?1/2)

SP5- Health of Older Adults (G1)

SP6- ELA1 (B1)

 

 

~3rd Year~

 

CatherineEarnshaw ~ FT BNur UniSA

SP7 summer school- Health of Infants & Children

SP3- Systems and Organisation of Nursing Care

SP4- Contexts of Nursing Practice (G?)

SP5- ELA2

 

Flip ~ FT BNur UniSA

SP2- Systems and Organisation of Nursing Care (G?)

ELA2

SP4- Contexts of Nursing Practice (G?)

SP5- ELA3

 

Lou-Belle ~ FT BNur UniSA

Summer SP7- Systems and Organisation of Nursing Care (G?)

SP2- ELA2

SP4- Contexts of Nursing Practice (G?)

SP5- ELA3

 

Thenerdadvenger ~ FT internal BNur UniSA

Summer SP7 - Health of Infants & Children (G?)

SP2 - Systems and Organisation of Nursing Care (G?)

ELA2

SP4- Contexts of Nursing Practice (G?)

SP5- ELA3

 

Waiting for #5 ~ LOA remainder of 2009 BNur UniSA

SP2 2010- Systems and Organisation of Nursing Care (G?)

ELA2

SP4- Contexts of Nursing Practice (G?)

SP5- ELA3

 

 

~Graduated~

 

:excite: Tara :excite:

March 2009

 

:excite: Julie-Anne :excite:

December 2009

 

 

Please let me know if anything needs updating, Thanks :)

 

 

Red means you still need updating/confirmation of 2010 units :)

 

Will have to go back to the other thread tomorrow to make sure there was no new changes...

 

Happy New Year to you all!! :D

Edited by ~waiting~for#5~

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Chazee

Happy New Year everyone! The start of another long year ahead of us all!! May we all study as hard as we would like, not eat as much chocolate as we would like and, well, lets all just pass? :lol:

 

duck*3 - an official welcome to you. :p

So you're studying Nursing?? Or Mid...? I'm confused. :laugh:

 

 

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RHJ

HOORAY!!!! 2010 has been a long time coming for me! So glad we are finally here! YAY!!!!

 

 

I am doing BMID at Monash Uni. :D

 

59 days till we actually start. Although i have a bridging course 2 weeks before the start, so 45 days really :D

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RHJ

Do you think we could get the UNISA taken out of the heading? and just have it as a BMID/NUR support group? It may feel like other BMIDers and Nursing students dont' feel they can join in if it is in the title? I know i didn't feel like i could join in until Julie-Anne invited me to.

 

There are a few of us from other unis.

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yummie mummie 73

That is a great suggestion as I'd like to join this group but have always felt unable to because I'm studying midwifery at a different university.

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Twinkletops

I agree also - I didn't realise I am welcome lol because I thought it was just relating to one of the Uni's in the heading. I'm starting Mid at ACU Brisbane in 2010!!!

 

Happy New Year everyone.

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Chazee

I agree that's a good idea. I have thought it in the past but have always forgotten to mention it!

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*soy-latte*

layika - I got accepted into Mid but am changing to Nursing first. Hope that makes sense! :)

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Ily

hi girls,

 

I'm starting my second year of study in bachelor or nursing.

 

I only did 5 subjects last year, so semester 1 I've got to pick up 2first year subjects along with a second year one. I'm sticking to 3 subjects a semester atm

 

semester 1

pathophysiology & pharmacology 1 (2nd year subject)

perspectives (1st year subject)

psychosocial (1st year subject)

 

also I'm studying at Griffith Uni

 

:-) Ily

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dreamingofcats

Hi everyone.

 

I was wondering if I could join?

 

I am a second year nursing student, external, CQU.

 

:)

 

Hi Zoe *waves overenthusiactically (sp?) * Sit near me puhlease!!!!!

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*soy-latte*

Always! :tongue:

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dreamingofcats

Just wanted to mention, I got a brochure with my nursing union magazine this month and it was for nursing supplies.

 

There was some good books in it as well like "Anatomy and Physiology made easy" and "Patho" and "Pharmacology" made easy. All for around $60. It looks like those "for dummies" books they put out.

 

There is alot of stuff it seems. They have a website as well.

 

Nursing Supplies Website

 

:)

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LenaB

Hi,

My names Lena. I'm a 2nd/3rd year midwifery student at unisa. I have two sons who are 3 and 18 months. I have completed all of second year except for complication in preg and cb. I didn't want a placement last semester with my youngest still so little. Si this year I have 6 month break then Complications in SP 5, followed by neonatal and practicum in 2011, then I am done! :D

I started in 2007 so its been a long haul.... This last year my husband took time off work and I completed 22 followthroughs in 10 months, whuch was a little insane but great to get out of the way....

I'm still waiting on results from last semester, as I have an unpaid library fine so I cant access them! Very annoying.....

Is there anyone else in nothern adelaide, around the same stage as me?

Lena

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~3 gorgeous girls~

Hi Lena, did you do PAP in SP5 last year? I think you & I were chatting outside the room waiting for the revision tute to start because I remember you telling me about how you'd churned through your follow-throughs. Anyway, I only started mid last year but because I did 1st year of nursing the year before, I'm pretty much at the same spot in the program as you. I just need to do Women & Midwives & Complications this year & then Neonatal & Practicum in 2011. I live in Salisbury & study internally. Kellie who also posts in this thread is also at the same spot in the program but she lives in Townsville.

 

What a bummer about not having your grades yet. That would drive me crazy!

Edited by ~3 gorgeous girls~

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*~Kellie~*

Hey all - welcome to all the new people in the group.

 

I'm around, just got home from holidays yesterday :waves: a little preoccupied at the moment as we're about to put an offer in on a block of land. DH and I have never owned property together before as we've always had accommodation provided for us as part of DH's Army employment. So all a little exciting/scary all rolled into one!

 

Starting back with study this week with 3 follow through antenatal appts. I have a VBA2C due toward the end of this month and we're all getting really nervous and excited. I really do hope it all comes off for her.

 

Anyhoo, looking forward to enrolling on the 12th and am really ready after a long refreshing break to get back into it.

 

Oh, by the way, I start work next week too :dance:

 

Cheers

 

Kellie

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Obesa cantavit

Can I sneak in?

 

Im will be 1st year BMid ext UniSA, PT. Still very nervous as have had a lot of personal turmoil these past few months and now need to start this even though not really in the financial or emotional space to do so.

 

Thanks to the lovely Kellies advice, I think I will be doing

SP2 Human Body 1

SP5 Human Body 2 and Cultural Perspectives

Sp7 Being a Health Professional

 

I have 3 girls, the youngest only 7 mths old, so do not really want to do any residential schools this year if I can help it.

I do have a related degree, so I am hoping a lot of the science stuff is more revision for me then first time learning. If I take away all the personal crap going on I really am very excited to embark on a total career change at (ahmmm) 37 (nearly!) GOd help me :lol:

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five spice

welcome back everyone! Hope you all had a great break of some sort, I know I did (someone has to tough it out at Hamilton Island, glad it was me for a change :D )

 

And a big hello to all the new-comers (all uni's) starting up this year, looking forward to all your input :)

 

Study officially starts for me tomorrow & although I've started doing some readings I already feel like I'm lagging behind because the discussion boards were opened a few weeks ago & of course there's lots of posts already... ho hum, nothing out of the ordinary for me then :ph34r: I'm a bit excited that I'll only have one thing on the go at a time, so hopefully I'll manage better this year... will keep you posted though :rolleyes:

 

 

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fantastic4

Hi everyone,

Hope everyone is gearing up ready to study in 2010!

 

Kellie...........good luck with the offer on the land.

Obesa..........glad to see you decided to do it. I'm in the same boat as you with the career change and the age. I'll be 37 just before we start (Feb 24th) :)

Only 11 more days until SATAC relieves me of the misery of not knowing where I'll be studying this year. Basically for me it boils down to pracs. CQU has 5 pracs and UniSA only has 3. Even though I LOVE the course offered at CQU for me it means 2 more seperations from my DH and children and 2 more plane tickets. After many discussions with DH we decided If I get into UniSA I'm taking it based on this alone, if I don't get in then I've already enrolled at CQU and will have to tough the seperations and expense.

 

Can anyone tell me if all the assignments in first year nursing at UniSA are 1500-2000 word essays or are some short quizzes, short answer questions etc?

 

Freya

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~3 gorgeous girls~

Freya - from memory the assignments were:

HB1 & HB2 - both had 2 quizes & the exam

Being a health professional - when I did it there was a 500 worder, a 1000 worder, a 1500 worder & an exam but I know the assessments changed last year.

Lifespan developments - an online test, a stupid group assignment & then a big essay (I think 2500 words)

Cultural perspectives - a 500 worder, a 1500 worder & a 2500 worder (I think)

Determining Australia's health - can't really remember but when I did it there were 3 written assessments & the exam but again they changed the assessments this year.

 

Hope that helps :)

 

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fantastic4

Thanks Melissa,

I just want to know ahead of time how much work is involved. There sounds like there is a LOT of work involved! Gulp. Better get used to it, hadn't I? :unsure:

 

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Isis

Just popping in to say I'M EXCITED! I have signed up another follow-through woman today and sent off my police record check application for 2010. I had to go to the uni for a signature and some paperwork and just being in there made me want to start uni again! I have to wait till March though for my classes to start again. All my book lists aren't even up yet, though my timetables are up for me to plan my days. Looks like every day I will be at uni, with Tuesday and Wednesday being full, the other days having a couple of hours attendance needed. This trimester (semester) I have 6 weeks of placement, 2 being for mid, 4 for nursing. Rather busy!

 

Welcome to all the 1st years, it is a fun and stressful time this studying/parenting gig, but so worth it :)

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~3 gorgeous girls~

Wow, you are going to busy Isis. I find when I'm on placement, it's almost impossible to get any other work done. I've got 3 weeks of placement in 1st semester & then 6 weeks (broken up into 2 blocks of 3 weeks each with a 2 week break in the middle) in 2nd semester.

 

I can't wait to get started again either!

 

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Isis

Glad to see you are excited with me :) I have 7 weeks of placement to do for the 2nd trimester units! 2 weeks mid, 4 weeks mental health and a week of community nursing. I think I'll be still doing placement after the trimester finishes, probably up to Christmas. I don't quite understand yet why so much for mental health, but hey, it's got to be done :)

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