This unit of study is designed to promote the development of advanced knowledge and skills in wound management.
This unit of study aims to expand the student’s undergraduate understanding of applied clinical physiology to that of an advanced level. This is achieved through the linking of complex theoretical concepts to clinical practice by utilisation of diverse clinical case scenarios.
This unit of study is designed for registered nurses as an introduction to quality management. The promotion and maintenance of quality is vital to all aspects of health care.
In this unit of study students examine the social determinants of health in the context of drug and alcohol use and social and government policy responses.
Introduces the student to the multifaceted role of the Stomal therapy nurse as well as well as providing a theoretical basis for clinical practice and competency development in stoma care.
This unit of study is designed for registered nurses working in a variety of orthopaedic environments. Patient assessment and clinical manifestations of patients presenting with musculoskeletal/traumatic conditions are examined.
This unit of study aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the importance of infection prevention and control within the workplace.
This unit of study is designed to provide students with an in depth understanding of the nature of critical illness and the role of a nurse in meeting the needs of patient with life threatening conditions.
This unit of study focuses on the assessment and management of infants, children and young people with acute illness/injury in the hospital setting.
The unit of study is designed to advance the acute care nurses ability to assess and manage acutely ill adults. Concepts explored in this unit of study will focus on factors used for the assessment and management of the deteriorating patient.