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Nurse Educator

Vishali Tandon

email: vishali@hci.edu.au
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Vishali Tandon is a Nurse Educator at IHNA – Perth SGT Campus, where she is responsible for providing high-quality education and training to nursing students. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing from a reputed University in India and has over 17 years of combined nursing experience, including nurse education, overseas and in Australia (7 years in Australia). Vishali has extensive experience working in different areas of nursing, including Aged Care, Health Support System, and Emergency Department. She has also completed additional courses in Provide First Aid, Cardiac Monitoring, Advance Life Support, IV Cannulation, and Administration of medication course. These qualifications make her a highly skilled and knowledgeable nurse, with the ability to teach students the latest best practices in the nursing industry. In her current role at IHNA, Vishali is involved in the development of a Diploma of Nursing and Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Assisting in Nursing Work in Acute Care) program. Her role in program development includes identifying areas where there is a need for improvement and developing new and innovative teaching methods to provide students with the best possible learning experience. Vishali is passionate about nursing education and is committed to helping her students become skilled and compassionate nurses. Her extensive clinical experience, combined with her dedication to student learning, makes her a valuable member of the IHNA team. She has excellent communication skills and is experienced in working with international students, providing them with the support they need to succeed in their studies. Overall, Vishali Tandon is a highly qualified and experienced Nurse Educator who is committed to providing high-quality nursing education and training.


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