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Nursing Society


President: Shannon McManus

 

The Nursing society will aim to bring together a community of students with a shared interest in Nursing. This will offer a platform for a diverse range of students to meet and engage with one another while exploring different branches of Nursing Practices, engage in fun activities and topics associated with Nursing.

We aim to:...
1. Bring together a community of students with a shared interest in Nursing
2. Have fun exploring the Nursing practices and culture as well as engage in fun activities and topics associated with Nursing
3. Encourage friendship, networking, social events and peer support among students.
Provide a platform for our students to share ideas, set up projects for others to take part in and collectively, help decide the direction of the society.
4. Seek opportunities outside within the global nursing community and support students to proactively to partake in both internal and external projects.
5. Sustain a fun and dynamic environment in RGU that will supplement student partnership and learning experience in the exciting field of Nursing

 

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