Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The course aims to extend student knowledge in research for practice development, and facilitate development of specialised knowledge, skills and attributes for application in the environments of their specialty. The specialisations available are - Cardiac, Child and Family Health, Critical Care, Diabetes Management and Education, Emergency, General Practice and Community, Global Health Care (International Health Care), Global Health Care (Leading Quality and Safety), Global Health Care (Learning and Teaching), High Dependency, Mental Health, and Paediatrics.
Qualified registered nurses
The Graduate Diploma is a 36-unit program. This includes 18 units of core topics and 18 units of topics from a chosen specialty stream.
- Child and family health
- Critical care
- Diabetes management and education
- General practice and community
- Global health care (international health care)
- Global health care (leading quality and safety)
- Global health care (learning and teaching)
- High dependency
- Mental health
Standard entry requirements
- Applicants must
- Hold an approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification
- And be registered nurses in Australia. Entry requirements may vary between specialisations.
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