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.
‘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,...
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
‘For whom must African nursing knowledge count?’ A thought-provoking question and the perfect way to kick-start this year’s Building Children’s Nursing conference. The only event of its kind in Africa, with over 100 registered delegates, on 23rd June 2021, nursing and leadership professionals from 12 different countries came together to consider and celebrate what counts in the excellent nursing care of our continent’s children and their families.
The first meeting of 2021, for the Children’s Nursing Educators Forum (CNEF), was a virtual meeting attended by educators from 8 different countries, including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Malawi, Eswatitni, Namibia, Zambia and Saudi Arabia. The date of our meeting fortuitously coincided with International Nurses Day!
We are heartbroken to share the news that our beloved colleague and friend Tracy-ann, Clinical Educator within the Children’s Nursing Development Unit since 2015, has passed away from complications arising from COVID-19.
Today was the last Children’s Nursing Educator Forum (CNEF) of the year - 11th November 2020. This was not a year that any of us could have anticipated in any shape or form, yet all the delegates, (from 8 Schools of Nursing across SA, Botswana, Rwanda, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Malawi) have remained focussed on training the next generation of children’s nurses