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Introducing: The Harry Crossley Children's Nursing Development Unit
We are proud to announce our new name which is the result of being recognised as meeting the scale, scope and quality of work required to be recognised as a Teaching and Scholarship Unit of the Faculty of Health Sciences at UCT.
Conference a virtual success
‘For whom must African nursing knowledge count?’ A thought-provoking question to kick-start #NursesCount, the fifth Building Children’s Nursing conference. The only event of its kind in Africa, with over 100 registered delegates, on 23rd June 2021,...
CNDU Online
Launching CNDU Online - an exciting new suite of online teaching and learning opportunities, shared through our website and on social media. Current opportunities include: 'Teaching Tuesdays', our Resource bank and Short Courses
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Sunday, 26 September 2021
Launch of our UCT open access Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines

We are delighted to announce the launch of our evidence-based practice guidelines (EBPGs) as an UCT open access resource. Follow this link - https://bit.ly/2HiIvY3 - to see last year’s Master of Nursing (Child Nursing) graduates’ poster presentations of their EBPGs. 

Publication Date:
Fri, 23 Aug 2019 - 13:15
Interviews from the recent Building Children's Nursing for Africa conference

At the recent Building Children's Nursing for Africa conference, some of the Masters in Child Nursing students got to work interviewing some of the plenary speakers and the delegates. Click down to read more. 

Publication Date:
Mon, 13 May 2019 - 22:45
A programme living up to its promise

When asked about her recent visit to Cape Town at the invitation of the Child Nurse Practice Development Initiative, the response of Yevonnie Chauraya is nothing but positive. Yevonnie Chauraya, university nursing lecturer from Zimbabwe,  joined the UCT based team of child nurse educators for a three-week internship from January to  February 2019. 

Publication Date:
Fri, 10 May 2019 - 22:15
New evidence of a growing children’s nursing workforce for Africa

New research published in the international journal of Human Resources for Health presents the findings of an initial workforce survey. Conducted by CNPDI Research Programme Director Natasha North, with co-authors Minette Coetzee and Maylene Shung-King, this is the first time a systematic count of specialist children’s nurses has been attempted for this geographical region. Full text of article can be accessed free of charge here: https://rdcu.be/bAYdR

Publication Date:
Fri, 10 May 2019 - 21:30

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