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Indigenous Nursing graduate receives a very special video call in honour of International Nurses' Day

Wed, 13 May 2020
Categories: Alumni.

This week our very own Nursing graduate, Tahnia-Maree Ah Kit, received the video call of a lifetime. Tahnia-Maree, along with two of her colleagues from Gidgee Healing in Mount Isa were honoured by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Sophie the Countess of Wessex.

This week our very own Nursing graduate, Tahnia-Maree Ah Kit, received the video call of a lifetime. Tahnia-Maree, along with two of her colleagues from Gidgee Healing in Mount Isa were honoured by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Sophie the Countess of Wessex.

Kate and Sophie thanked the nurses for their 'incredible work' on International Nurses' Day.

Tahnia-Maree graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing in 2019, and was also one of the IERC's student ambassadors during her time at JCU. When speaking to the Royals, Tahnia-Maree claims, "We are feeling the love".

Check out our very own superstar in this clip (Tahnia-Maree is shown around the 1.18min mark) and read the full article here.