In Curtin Master of Nursing program, you will get direct experience in various simulated scenarios and real-world situations.
In this Curtin University Master of Nursing program, you will use what you have learned in real nursing situations, always focusing on evidence-based practices. You will also aim for a prominent level of clinical skill to ensure the best results for individuals, families, and communities. Critical thinking and reflection will be your tools for solving problems and making healthcare decisions that promote better health.
In this program, you will gain a solid grasp of the current nursing and healthcare laws that pertain to the registered nurse role. You will also learn to work independently while being accountable for your actions as part of both intra and inter-professional teams. Demonstrating leadership skills will be a key focus, always in an ethical, moral, and professional manner, aligning with the expectations of the wider community for the sake of public safety.
In this program, you will learn important things about nursing and healthcare laws. You will also practice working on your own and as part of a team, and you will even learn how to lead a team in the right way. Plus, you will understand the values that make nurses great, and you will keep learning and helping others learn too.
The indicative fee for the first year of the course is A$34,860.
January, February intakes.
You can get credits for certain subjects based on your previous studies, qualifications, or work experience. These approved credits will be listed on your Academic Transcript in the 'Recognition of Prior Learning' section, showing the unit title and the credit you have earned.
When you finish this program, you can become a nurse and work in unusual places like hospitals, community centers, or nursing homes. You can also help people in other countries. You might teach, do research, or manage things in healthcare. There are lots of jobs you can do.
In this class, we will look at how Indigenous people all around the world see and experience health. We will also talk about things like what makes people healthy or not healthy and how this affects communities that need more help. You will also have a chance to think about your own culture and how it affects the job you want to do. This will help you learn how to collaborate well with people from divergent backgrounds in your healthcare work.
In this course, we will learn about the rules and ethical questions that come with being a registered healthcare professional. We will talk about what the law says and what the Professional Registration Boards expect from us. We will also look at the skills and guidelines that make us good healthcare professionals.
In this course, we will study what affects people's health and look at health problems that stick around for a long time. We will learn about how these health issues happen in the body, how doctors figure out what is wrong, and how to make decisions about treating people with these conditions. Some of the health problems we will talk about include pain, stress, problems with healing, trouble moving, issues with the immune system, and problems with fluids, electrolytes, and hormones.
In this course, we will look at how distinct parts of the body work together to take care of patients. We will learn how to figure out what is wrong with them, plan for their care, and then do it. We will also talk about ways to help people stay healthy, especially by focusing on important health goals set by the country.
In this class, we will start by looking at how people's behavior can affect their health when they are sick. We will talk about fairness and how it relates to health and sickness. Then, we will dive into emotions like stress, anxiety, fear, pain, and depression, and learn how people deal with them. We will also cover how to communicate well with patients and ways they cope with their feelings.
In this course, you will learn about using medicines the right way and how they work in the body. We will look at several types of drugs based on how they work, what they are used for, and what they are made of. We will also study how drugs can interact with each other, how some drugs become less effective over time, and the significant role nurses play in making sure medicines are used safely and effectively.
In this unit, we will learn about separate ways to do research, like asking people questions, collecting data, and mixing these methods together. We will talk about how these methods are used in health research and why they are important. We will also explore different research methods and issues that help us get trustworthy results. Plus, we will look at the ethical side of doing research in different healthcare settings, making sure we do it right.
In this course, we will use a body systems approach to look at patients in surgical or medical settings. We will learn how to check them, figure out what is wrong, take care of them, and keep track of their progress. We will also use critical thinking to make decisions based on the best available evidence and follow healthcare standards to provide safe and effective nursing care.
In this course, we will study mental illness from a behavioral health science point of view. We will take a close look at how major mental illnesses are diagnosed and see if there are better ways to understand them. We will also consider how society and time can affect mental illness. We will learn about ways to help people who are living with major mental health issues, using methods that consider both their psychological and social well-being.
In this unit, we will learn how to take care of people and families dealing with mental health issues in a complete way. We will use critical thinking to make informed decisions in our healthcare practice, using the best available evidence to guide us. It is all about providing the best care and support possible for those with mental health conditions.
In this unit, we will dive into the study of how diseases affect the body, how they show up in patients, and how doctors diagnose them. We will also learn about using medicines to treat these conditions and how to make important clinical decisions when patients are in critical condition.
In this course, students will learn how to solve complex problems and make informed decisions while practicing evidence-based nursing care. We will focus on working together with other healthcare professionals in a team setting. As student progress, they will take on more responsibility in caring for patients, always within the limits of their training and experience.
In this unit, we will explore leadership theories and how they apply to managing and improving a healthcare service. We will combine theories with practical tools and methods to understand how to run a healthcare service effectively. We will cover topics like safety, risk management, human factors, and quality improvement, all crucial for leading healthcare services successfully.
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