The Flinders Master of Nursing program has 54 units and is offered by the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
In this program, you will learn advanced nursing skills and dive into research in your chosen area. You will get personal guidance to review, analyze, and use research to support your own studies. Plus, you will develop the ability to prepare and submit research proposals for funding. It is a comprehensive way to advance in nursing.
In this program, you will learn why research is important in different areas, including industry and the wider community. You will also learn how to choose the right research methods and improve your project management skills. It is a comprehensive education in the field of research.
In this program, you will learn about research, including how to review existing studies and write proposals. You will also have choices in what you study and complete a research project. It is all about understanding and doing research.
To fulfill the English language proficiency requirements for this course, you must demonstrate one of the following:
You can request to have prior study counted as credit towards your new program of study, potentially shortening the time needed to complete your qualification.
Jobs include: Clinical Nursing Specialist, Healthcare Researcher, Educator, Manager, Policy Leader
Of course, in this topic, students will learn how to help people in healthcare, like individuals, families, groups, and communities. They will also learn about things like making people healthier, teaching about health, and keeping communities healthy. It is all about taking care of people's well-being.
In this topic, students will learn valuable information and skills to help them understand and take care of extremely sick patients in hospitals. They will also learn how to respond quickly and make important decisions when a patient's condition gets worse.
This topic helps you learn about diabetes, a condition that affects the body's sugar levels. You will understand what causes it, how it affects people of all ages, and the signs that someone has it. You will also learn how to check for it and how to treat it with lifestyle changes and medicines. Plus, you will discover how to deal with problems that can happen because of diabetes.
In this topic, students learn about nursing in places like doctors' offices and community clinics. They will become skilled at collaborating with teams to help individuals, families, and communities stay healthy.
In this topic, you will learn a lot about taking care of people with mental health issues in a hospital setting. We will focus on helping them recover and get better.
In this topic, students expand on what they already know about emergency nursing. They use special ways to check patients to find the best treatments, especially for complicated cases that show up in the emergency room. They are trying to make things better for patients.
In this topic, students will learn about taking care of adult patients in a high-acuity medical nursing setting. They will use evidence-based principles and practices to improve their skills in this area.
In this topic, students will learn about taking care of adult patients in a high-acuity surgical nursing environment. They will explore important nursing principles and practices in this setting.
In this topic, you will learn about diseases and how they spread in big groups of people. We will also look at how things like politics, nature, where people live, and money can affect everyone's health.
In this topic, we will talk about problems that kids and their families face today. We will look at how homes, communities, and hospitals all work together to keep kids healthy. We will also talk about how kids grow and develop, and how we can help them if they have long-term health issues. We will pay special attention to kids who have tough situations at home or in their neighborhoods.
In this topic, we will learn about working with kids and their families in community child health places. We will talk about how to keep kids safe, how they grow and develop, why relationships with their families are important, and how to connect with babies, kids, and their families.
In this topic, we will learn how to help parents and kids with various parenting and child health issues. We will also look at how to understand and work with families, including their strengths and challenges.
This topic is all about taking care of older folks who have illnesses that might limit how long they will live. It happens in places like nursing homes and the community. There are three main types of care: one that is general, one that is specialized, and one for when someone is close to the end of their life. And unlike some diseases that follow a steady path, older people often have good days and bad days because they might have different health issues, not just one.
In this topic, you will learn about three common health issues in older people: depression, delirium, and dementia. We will talk about what they are and how they can be managed in various places like hospitals, nursing homes, and the community.
In this topic, we will look at how older people are treated in society and how they experience aging. We will talk about issues like age discrimination, poverty, how the media portrays older people, and more. It is about understanding the challenges and opportunities that come with getting older.
In this topic, you will learn about diverse ways to help people who are facing mental health challenges. We will cover different counseling techniques and tools that you can use to support individuals and groups in various mental health settings.
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