The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine spans six campuses – Ballarat, Blacktown, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and North Sydney. We have developed thousands of compassionate caregivers who are helping to improve the health of individuals, families, and communities with their expertise and passion.
Along with researchers, lecturers, and clinical supervisors, the school has four joint research appointments with public and private health services.
Research in the school focuses on five major national health priority areas:
From 2022 we are offering a Graduate Certificate in Aged Care Management to meet the growing demand for specialised aged care nurses. The course focuses on providing healthcare for older people and supports the development of evidence-based expert knowledge of management concepts, and specialised skills relevant to the aged care sector.
This new offering complements the existing but updated Graduate Certificate in Gerontological Nursing which provides a clinically focused approach to care for the older person and is designed to provide theoretical support needed for specialist clinical care in the gerontological setting.
We offer 22 specialties:
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