Successful completion of the Bachelor of Nursing by Indigenous people
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The number of Indigenous registered nurses (RNs) in Australia is disproportionately small when compared with the population numbers. Strategies to increase recruitment, retention and successful completion of the Bachelor of Nursing (BN) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have included: strong collaboration at School, Faculty and Indigenous support unit level; the development of specialised academic roles; and streamlining of admission processes. Individual study plans and support have assisted in the successful completion of the BN at QUT by 24 Indigenous students since 1994.
Australian Indigenous Health Bulletin
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