Student Helpers Required


The School of Nursing and Midwifery is always looking for ways to improve and include student perspective in all that we do. In particular, there are a number of ways student voices can be heard and assist the School.

One way is to assist with tours in the Clinical Practice Units (CPU) and at University Open Days. CPU tours enable the School to engage with primary and high school students, future students and sometimes even dignitaries. Another way to contribute the student voice is to participate in focus groups or serve on School Committees.

Each of these activities are an excellent way to demonstrate leadership. These activities also enable you to demonstrate collaboration as you work alongside academic and professional staff from with the School and across the University.

Participation in such activities will result in a certificate from the Dean as evidence of contributing to the School.

Please register your interest and you will be contacted by the Engagement Team to confirm your interest.

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Contact information

* What course are you enrolled in?
Please select the undergraduate or post graduate course you are currently enrolled in.
*What year are you currently in?
*What campus do you study at?
Are you an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student?
Are you an International Student?
Are you Mature aged?
Have you received a Scholarship?

What engagement activities would you like to assist with?

*Select activities you are interested in assisting with?

Are you interested in sitting on a School Committee?

*Select the committee or panel you are interested in?


*The School requires that:
1. Photos may be taken during engagement activities.

2. Participants may be asked to wear their Clinical Uniforms and must wear closed-toed shoes in the CPU environment.

3. Selected students adhere to the Student Code of Conduct.