Refresher Program for Enrolled Nurses This course is designed for ENs holding general registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia who meet the Recency of Practice Registration Standard of three (3) months practice in the last five years but wish to refresh their knowledge in acute care nursing. It is also ideal for…
This unit introduces students to the paradigm of data in a digital age and the journey towards wisdom and understanding.
This course will prepare and empower students with the knowledge and essential attributes to be an advocate for all woman experiencing chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis.
This unit of study is designed for registered nurses whom are working or wish to work in a variety of dermatology and cosmetic nursing environments.
This unit of study is designed for nurses working in a variety of settings such as general wards, specialist oncology and haematology units, outpatient departments, acute care, palliative care and the community.
This unit of study is designed to meet the learning needs of nurses caring for adults and children with haematological disorders in a variety of clinical areas, such as general wards, cancer care, palliative care and the community.
This course is designed for ENs working in all clinical areas across a variety of health care facilities. It equips ENs with the knowledge underpinning the skills needed in order to render first-line emergency care of acutely ill patients in the clinical setting. This course aims to integrate theory into clinical practice, enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and improve confidence in decision-making when providing care to patients during emergency situations.
This unit of study prepares students to plan, assess and manage patients receiving anaesthesia. Through a series of activities and readings, students will investigate the necessity of planning in peri-anaesthesia nursing.
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 aims to develop student’s knowledge and skills in all aspects of infant and child nutrition and feeding, and develop nurses who can work in partnership with the family to promote and maintain breastfeeding and advise on the ongoing nutritional requirements of infants and young children.