This prize is named for Louie Blundell who felt strongly that education was important for women and advocated the move of nursing education to the tertiary sector, of post graduate study in nursing and the development of nursing scholarship and research.
The Conference will provide many opportunities for sponsors, exhibitors and delegates to exchange ideas, update information and skills as well as promoting awareness of recent advances in nursing.
To provide opportunity for an ANNA member who is presenting a verbal paper or poster or who is facilitating a workshop/breakout session at an international, national or local conference to receive financial assistance.
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The archives of the Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association are currently located in the Nursing History Research Unit at the Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, University of Sydney, NSW.
Educational, professional and financial opportunities for members including seminars and meetings.
Brainstem, the official newsletter of the Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association (ANNA) is published quarterly.
The Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association (ANNA), as the peak body for neuroscience nurses, facilitates and fosters the advancement of neuroscience nursing thus enabling optimal patient centred care.
Abstracts are to be submitted via the website by the advertised deadline.