Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Enables students to develop in-depth knowledge of a range of contemporary health care challenges and directions within a national and international context. Students have a suite of units to choose from which enables them to plan a bespoke program of study to meet their individual needs and those of their health care context in which they are situated.
- 12 Units
- 240 Credit Points.
- Professional Issues in Clinical Nursing
- The Deteriorating Patient
- Managing Risk in the Clinical Environment
- Clinical Leadership and Management
- Nursing in the Context of Global Health
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have a Bachelor degree in nursing. Applicants with equivalent prior learning must have two years full-time (or equivalent) post registration professional practice, and all applicants must also provide proof of current registration with the relevant nursing registration board and submit a current curriculum vitae including two professional references (submitted independently of the students application).
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Non-Standard Timetable: On-campus students please note that three core units are only available online. Related careers: Senior Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Manager, Clinical Nurse.