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A Journey with Clinical Nurses to Discover the Possibilities of Critical Reflective Practice in Teaching and Learning Nursing

Tasmanian School of Nursing
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  • Medical And Health Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Nursing Not Elsewhere Classified
  • Medicine


the arthur cobbold Memorial Lecture Payment details Donations over $2 are tax deductible in Australia  Cheque: my cheque made payable to ‘University of Tasmania Foundation’ is attached. or please charge my credit card:  Visa  MasterCard Card No: / / / Expiry date: / Cardholder’s name: Signature:  I do not wish to have my gift publicly acknowledged.  I do not wish my name to be forwarded to the Appeal Committee. Please return this form to: University of Tasmania Foundation, Private Bag 40, Hobart TAS 7001, Australia Fax: (03) 6226 2130 Phone: (03) 6226 1920 Email: [email protected] Visit us at: No early alumnus of the UTAS School of Medicine needs an introduction to Arthur Cobbold. From 1964, when he arrived as Foundation Professor of Physiology, to his retirement 21 years later – with 13 of those years as Dean of Medicine – he very much shaped the School and the lives of many of those in it. Professor Arthur Cobbold was an inspirational lecturer, a highly competent researcher, an excellent administrator and a noted humourist who delivered many memorable after-dinner graduation speeches. He was much loved by his students and over three decades had immense influence on all medical issues in the State. It is a fitting memorial to the late Professor Cobbold that an annual lecture on contemporary medical issues will again influence medical thinking in Tasmania and that the support to endow this lecture in perpetuity will come from those who were themselves most closely influenced by his work and mentorship. Please join us in this endeavour by giving generously to fund a perpetual lecture in memory of Arthur Cobbold. Dr Rob Walters, Chair of Appeal Committee Emeritus Professor Arthur Frederick Cobbold AM OBE, BSc, PhD (Lo

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