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Shangri-La Aged Care Home in Hurstville, in Sydney, where Berince Anokye is the director of nursing. Photo: Hall & Prior

Profile: WSU’s Ghanaian difference maker talks nursing and aged care

This is Campus Review's Profile series, in which we visit with an academic or researcher to learn more about them and their work. Currently completing a Master's in Gerontology at Western Sydney University, Bernice Anokye is the director of nursing at Shangri-La Aged Care Home, a Hall & Prior facility in Hurstville, in Sydney. In this profile, she relates the story of her time growing up in Ghana, traveling to Australia to study nursing and gerontology and her thoughts on the future of aged care in Australia.

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