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Margaret Dayo Adejumo

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"Lecturer at the School of Nursing, IHM. I started my Nursing career in 2001 at the School of Nursing Osogbo, Nigeria. After graduating in 2004, I worked as a registered nurse at a private hospital for 11 months, then joined the Local Government Service Commission in Osun state, Nigeria to work as a Primary Health Care nurse. I was in the position until 2012. While working in this role, I completed a Bachelor of Nursing science degree at Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria between 2006 and 2010. Then, I was employed as a clinical instructor at Afe Babalola University, Nigeria, where I was until I relocated to Australia in 2016. My first Australian nursing job was with Silver Chain Group where I worked as a community nurse for about 3 years. I then joined Serendipity Australia (APM) to work as an assessor for the new aged care funding tool (ANACC). I am currently completing my PhD at Edith Cowan University (ECU) where I also completed my master of nursing. I worked as a sessional lecturer at ECU, Joondalup teaching undergraduate and postgraduate nursing students. "

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