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To work in mental health in South Australia, you must have – or be studying towards – qualifications in mental health nursing. Traditionally, that has meant accessing post-graduate studies via the SA Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) application process once or twice per year (course-dependent). Until now. ANMF (SA Branch) has teamed up with Flinders University to make it easier than ever for nurses to transition into post-graduate studies in mental health, among a range of other specialties. This initiative provides nurses with more streamlined access to post-graduate studies at Flinders University by enabling them to springboard from a related Continuing Professional Development (CPD) course at our Australian Nursing and Midwifery Education Centre (ANMEC). To take advantage of this partnership arrangement, please complete the Expression of Interest and our administration team will be in contact with you.
Online delivery, with dedicated facilitator and assessor. Up to 12 weeks for completion of each online Module, with each module requiring up to 45 hours’ time commitment.
- This online program includes 3 modules, which must be completed in order
- 1. Essential Frameworks in Mental Health Nursing 2. Comprehensive Assessment and Person-Centred Care 3. Contemporary Issues in Mental Health Nursing
Standard entry requirements
Applicants must: Applicants must hold a nursing degree or equivalent Applicants must be currently working as Registered Nurses, and have a minimum of one year’s post-registration experience Must be sufficiently skilled to engage with the online learning environment including internet, chat-room classes, online
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