RN (General), Cert (Oncology Nursing), BN and Mbioethics.
Julie has been a registered nurse in the cancer nursing field for almost 20 years. During that time she has worked in cancer units in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Australia. Her experience has been mainly in the area of acute haematology and medical oncology. For most of her career she has been employed at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in their oncology unit. She has held a number of different positions during that time including almost 10 years as the Clinical Nurse Manager. Currently she holds the position of Bone Marrow Transplant Coordinator, and has a particular interest in the role of the clinical nurse consultant and advanced nursing practice. She is passionate about almost anything that impacts on the future of nursing and professional nursing practice, and has a special interest in the ethical issues surrounding euthanasia, organ donation and organ transplantation.
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