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Meet some of our current students and graduates in nursing and allied health.
Adam Searby's interest in mental health nursing was sparked during his undergraduate studies. Since then, he's completed honours and graduate diploma and is now completing his PhD.
Diploma of Nursing
Turning the theoretical into the practical is one way Alicia White believes the Diploma of Nursing will help her become a confident healthcare professional.
Bachelor of Nursing
Christy-Lee Fitzsimmons has found the Bachelor of Nursing a practical program that has laid a strong foundation for her career.
Frances Sun chose to study nursing at RMIT because of its industry reputation for fostering excellent and capable nurses.
Associate Degree in Health Sciences
Drawn to RMIT by its career opportunities, Hannah Zolich wants to help people in difficult circumstances. She chose to study the Associate Degree in Health Sciences as a foundation to further study.
Graduate Diploma in Child and Family Health Nursing
Jacqueline Rosler is fulfilling her passion for helping families reach their full potential after completing postgraduate studies in child and family health nursing.
Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
Jacqueline Treweek’s confidence is soaring from the new skills she’s gained since completing the Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance.
Jody Leah Kielblock has made the most of her time at RMIT completing a Diploma in Nursing and now a Bachelor of Nursing.
Returning to university as a mature age student isn’t always easy, but when Kylie Chase wanted to pursue a Graduate Diploma in Child and Family Health Nursing she felt completely welcome at RMIT.
Bachelor of Nursing, Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing
Having completed the Bachelor of Nursing and a Graduate Diploma in Mental Health at RMIT, Manuel Kozirakis is currently working as a psychiatric nurse in a community setting with the Alfred Hospital.
Marie Teofilo-Sciberras sees patients health as a complex changing situation. She’s developing her problem solving skills to meet patients’ needs across a variety of conditions and environments.
Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing
After a long career in mental health nursing, Martin Davey decided to extend his skills with postgraduate studies, which have exposed him to new practises and helped advance his career.
The highlight of nursing student Mataya Kilpatrick's studies have been the supportive clinical placements at some of Melbourne's major hospitals.
Associate Degree in Health Science
Coming from the rural town of Horsham, Victoria, Michael Roldan is pursuing his passion for health promotion with an Associate Degree in Health Sciences.
Mohammed was attracted to further his studies at RMIT by the Melbourne lifestyle and reputation of the research facilities available to him.
Bachelor of Nursing Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing
Nicholas Sutcliffe wants to make a difference to the lives of people in crisis and on the fringes of society. Nursing aligned with his goals and pursuit of specialisation in the area of Mental Health.
After working as a personal care assistant Olatunji Falano wanted to improve his skills, so signed up for a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance.
For nursing student Peter Hamilton, clinical placements in acute care, rehabilitation, mental health and aged care nursing have given him valuable practical experience before he graduates.
Shawn Abeysiri knew he had a passion for health but wasn't sure where he could take it. Through the Associate Degree in Health Sciences, he now knows he’s found his path.
Stephanie Kreuzer enjoys the challenges and the responsibility that comes with caring for others as a nurse.
Stevie Brownsea was looking to start a new career better suited to her interests and her lifestyle. Although it can be demanding, she’s enjoying where RMIT’s Diploma of Nursing is taking her.
As a nurse, Susan Hua was keen to specialise and learn more about psychotherapeutic interventions, so she enrolled in RMIT's Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Nursing.
Graduate Diploma of Child and Family Health Nursing
After completing a Nursing degree at RMIT and working at Austin Health, Tanja Smokovska is studying a Graduate Diploma in Child and Family Nursing.
RMIT's reputation for hands-on learning appealed to Umul who wants to work in the health science field.
Urooj Haider’s passion for helping others has led her to a program where she has a solid foundation to move into a range of health-related fields.
Victoria Martonhelyi lives to care for others. Through her studies in nursing at RMIT, she’s taking that passion to the professional level.
After a career as a physiotherapist in India, Zankhna Bhatt is keen to get back in to the profession she loves. With RMIT’s she taking a first step towards requalifying in Australia.