Completing ECU Master of Nursing will not only make you a registered nurse in Australia, but it also opens doors to other careers and study options.
In ECU Masters of Nursing, you will build crucial skills for nursing. You will become skilled at tackling complex nursing issues using creative solutions. You will also learn how to carefully assess and use research findings to improve your nursing. Besides these skills, you will get good at using technology, managing information, and improving your English language, math, and reading and writing abilities. All these abilities are important for a successful and meaningful nursing career.
This course will also teach you how to assess the progress of individuals and groups in achieving health goals. You will do this by collaborating with patients, their support networks, and healthcare teams made up of various professionals.
During this course, you will have chances to demonstrate your expertise in nursing across different healthcare situations and professional settings. You will investigate and judge current healthcare problems, getting a keen sense of what they mean. Plus, you will learn how to take charge of your own growth as a professional and help your colleagues do the same, all while staying within the profession's rules.
For international students, the estimated indicative fee for the first year of the course is A$39,600.
March, July intakes
A bachelor's degree in a related discipline.
Relevant prior learning, including a minimum of five years of professional experience in a relevant field.
This unit helps you understand key factors affecting nursing practice, especially in specialized areas. It covers theories used in advanced nursing practice, including how to make ethical and legal decisions, and it explores the role of advanced practice nurses in healthcare.
In this unit, you will learn how to search for information systematically. These skills are important for professional growth, especially because many journals require evidence of the research process for publication. You will choose a topic from your field, create a search plan, and write a critical review.
Clinical risk management is vital because it makes healthcare safer and enhances overall quality. It sets up systems to spot and reduce situations that could harm patients and the healthcare team. This is a big part of keeping the organization safe. In this unit, we will concentrate on the Western Australian Department of Health's Clinical Governance Framework and the Federal Government's key areas of clinical risk. You will use real case studies from your clinical experience to learn.
This unit is about teaching and learning in a clinical setting. It gives you a framework to plan, guide, and assess learning activities during clinical experiences.
This unit will explore important healthcare issues and trends in nursing, considering the context of both developing and developed countries.
This unit helps students understand the nurse's role in managing long-term health conditions, particularly in primary healthcare. This involves teaching patients to manage their conditions, detecting health issues early, and promoting strategies to improve the effects of long-term conditions and patient outcomes.
This unit focuses on building your ability to think deeply and critically about healthcare practices. You will explore health economics and strategies for making things better in healthcare. This will help you carefully look at a specific area of clinical practice and produce ideas for making it even better.
In this unit, you will learn about the nurse's job in figuring out when adults and children are getting sicker. You will also study ways to keep track of, respond to these changes, and understand how to work with a healthcare team to manage these situations in different healthcare places.
This unit takes what you have already learned about mental health and goes even deeper. It looks at distinct parts of mental health care, like understanding mental illnesses, how they are treated, the separate ways to provide care, the legal aspects, and how mental health care is changing over time. You will get to explore these topics on your own while working in mental health services as part of your clinical practice.
In this unit, you will lay the groundwork to learn about different research methods and what it takes to do quality research. You will also gain practical skills in doing research, like finding and reviewing existing studies using the right evaluation methods. This knowledge and these skills will give you the ability to provide care based on solid evidence and even contribute to new research in your roles as leaders in nursing and midwifery.
This unit is made for healthcare professionals who give direct clinical care. It is all about personal growth and building strong relationships with patients/clients while focusing on improving the quality of care. You will learn how to use different tools and strategies to help you and your team provide the best possible patient-centered care. The main goal is to develop the skills to excel in both care giving and clinical leadership.
In this unit, we will dive into the details of taking care of older individuals and the important relationships they have. We will follow the rules and guidelines that are currently in place to ensure we do an excellent job. By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills needed to make life better for older people.
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