The program will include inspirational speakers from across Queensland who lead the preparation of nurses of the future. The opening address will be by Adjunct Professor Veronica Casey AM, Chair of the Nursing and Midwifery Board Australia. The day will culminate with an expert panel discussion about the nurse of the future and the opportunity to network over drinks and snacks.

This symposium provides an excellent local forum to present your research/ quality improvement activity/project initiatives that focus on the symposium themes and share your knowledge, ideas and experiences in a community of practice.

The symposium will also provide an excellent opportunity for networking with likeminded colleagues from academia and the healthcare industry.

The event includes:

Keynote: Adjunct Professor Veronica Casey AM
Chair of the National Board and Health Practitioner, Queensland

Panels: Clinical Placement Case Studies and the Future of Nursing

Concurrent Presentations:

  1. High Performance Teams: Growing resilience in nursing educators and students
  2. Curriculum Development and Design
  3. Placement and Clinical Skills: HDR, Hospitals and Nurse Educators

Find out more about the Symposium (PDF, 113.8 KB)   Keynote speakers and presenter details

Who should attend?

Academic staff and educators, clinical staff, Nurse Unit Managers, Nursing students.

Interested in presenting?

Call for abstracts in any of the three areas above: Submit an outline (250 words) explaining the relevance to the selected symposium topic and audience.

Due: November 12, 2021 to

Interested in presenting an e-poster:

Submit an outline (250 words) explaining your area of research and relevance to the symposium topics.

Due: November 12, 2021 to

Cost to attend:

$25 live attendance / $10 virtual attendance

About 2021 Queensland Nurse Education Symposium

Innovate, Integrate, Motivate
Building a Community of Practice to Develop Nurses of the Future




UQ Social Science Building, Campbell Rd, St Lucia