Profiles And Contributions To This Article

The experience of new graduate nurses in rural practice in New South Wales

Jackie  Lea

Jackie Lea

qualifications: Master Nurs (Hons)

contribution: original concept

position: Lecturer/Clinical Coordinator

Australia

Jackie is a lecturer in Nursing at the School of Health, University of New England. She teaches Medical Surgical nursing in the undergraduate nursing program and has an interest in clinical education of nursing students. Current research interests include the role transiton for new graduate nurses and new graduate nurses in rural practice settings. Jackie Has recently completed Master of Nursing (Hons)


Mary T Cruickshank

Mary Cruickshank

qualifications: PhD

position: Senior Lecturer


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