Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This course prepares registered nurses with midwifery qualifications for advanced practice in community child and family health nursing. Complete a clinical placementcomponent of 300 hours, develop theoretical and psychomotor skills and learn how to critically analyse and apply principles of primary healthcare. Also available as a graduate diploma.
240 credit points over 2 years.
- Child and family health assessment, Family and community studies, Working in partnerships with families, Child and family health in community, Infant and child nutrition, Midwifery: evidence based practice, Research Thesis A & B, Electives.
Standard entry requirements
Applications for this stream of the program must be both a registered nurse and registered midwife with graduate experience.Students who have completed a Graduate Diploma of Midwifery may be eligible for advanced standing depending on equivalency.
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