Sydney Nursing School is proud to educate nurses and midwives for communities near and far. We offer a vibrant faculty with engaged enquiry of the highest quality and impact; one which emphasises the indivisibility of nursing and midwifery research, education, practice and policy. Our reputation is confirmed by the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings in 2012 indicating our research to be "well above world class" and a Vice-Chancellor's Award in 2013 in the category Systems that Achieve Collective Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Latest news

  • Sydney Nursing School newsletter

    Lab Staff

    We celebrate a number of recent research achievements, inlcuding an NHMRC grant for midwifery research. Read about students who traveled to Vietnam to undertake a clinical placement with the Hoc Mai Foundation; Professor Robyn Gallagher's appontment as the inaugural Professor of Nursing at the Charles Perkins Centre; Associate Professor Yun-Hee Jeon's research in improving leadership in aged cared; and more. Read more

  • Our students a vital resource in Vietnam

    Students

    Thanks to Học Mãi, the Australia Vietnam Medical Foundation, two Master of Nursing graduates, Kate Murchie and Susi Summers, were given the incredible opportunity to travel to Vietnam over the summer to undertake an additional clinical placement. Read more

  • Heart repair breakthrough

    James Chong

    Researchers grow heart muscle cells in sufficient quantities to repair heart attack damage in primates in a world-first study. Read more

  • Nursing Dean develops first generation of non-communicable disease focused Tongan nurses

    Tonga Graduation

    Professor Jill White recently visited Tonga for a very special event, the graduation of 20 nurses with Advanced Nursing Diplomas in the prevention, detection and management of non-communicable diseases.Read more