Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Advanced Nursing Practice (Mental Health) allows graduate masters-prepared nurses to assume a major responsibility in developing new professional roles, devising new models of care and overseeing dynamic changes to mental health nursing practice.
- 150 credit points course offered in streams: Domestic stream 1: Coursework: 9 core subjects at 12.5 points each
- 1 elective (12.5 points)
- 1 capstone (25 points). Stream 2: Minor Thesis 6 core subjects at 12.5 points each
- 1 selective capstone (25 points) Minor Thesis (2 x 25 points). International stream 1: 8 core subjects at 12.5 points each
- 2 x 12.5 point elective
- 1 x 25 point capstone. Stream 2 (minor thesis) 5 core subjects at 12.5 points each
- 1 x 12.5 points (Elective) + 1 x 25 points (selective capstone) + 2 x 25 points (minor thesis).
- Specialist Mental Health Nursing
- Mental Health Nursing Practice
- Assessment in Mental Health Nursing
- Consumer Perspective: Theory and Practice
- Pharmacology for Health Professionals
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
- A Master of Nursing Science, or a Bachelor of Nursing (or equivalent)
- At least once year of documented clinical experience as a registered nurse working in the mental healthcare service within the preceding five years from the time of application
- A postgraduate qualification in Nursing, specialising in Mental Health, or equivalent.
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