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Bachelor of Nursing
The Bachelor of Nursing prepares students for the role of a Registered Nurse, to deliver the highest quality, patient-centred care to people of all ages in a variety of settings. Our programs qualify for ‘away from base’ funding for Indigenous students.
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Bachelor of Midwifery
The Bachelor of Midwifery prepares students for the role of Registered Midwife. As a Bachelor of Midwifery student, you will apply your knowledge and skills from the first year by commencing continuity of care journeys with childbearing women.
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Registered Nurse Pathway
The Bachelor of Midwifery Registered Nurse Pathway is a two-year program for Registered Nurses. The course is delivered online at a part-time study load (two units per semester) with clinical competency requirements and mandatory intensive clinical teaching blocks held in Darwin.
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Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing
As a Registered Nurse, you need the skills and knowledge to provide specialised care to individuals, families and communities from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. During this course, you will focus on a clinical nursing speciality, which can also be your research focus if you choose this path.
Find out more about CDU's Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing
New post-graduate programs have been announced in response to alumni demand. Post-graduate qualifications improve job prospects and wages for nurses, and the level of health care available to our communities.
In response to high demand for graduates in the Health sector, the College of Nursing & Midwifery has developed a range of postgraduate courses available to domestic students in 2020. These are:
- Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)
- Master of Midwifery
- Graduate Certificate of Maternal Critical Care
- Graduate Certificate of Clinical Facilitation
- Graduate Certificate of Health Services Management
- Graduate Diploma of Mental Health
- Graduate Diploma of Nursing
- Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)
- Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours)
In 2021, the College is proposing a Master of Clinical Nursing, as well as specialist qualifications in priority areas such as dementia, renal health and primary health care. We are working towards specialist pathways within our existing qualifications in areas such as perinatal mental health, child and youth mental health, as well as sub-bachelor offerings in regional areas to meet workforce demands.
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In response to high demand for graduates in the Health sector, the College of Nursing & Midwifery has developed a range of postgraduate courses available to domestic students in 2020.
Meet Adjunct Senior Lecturer Paul Bell
Welcome to Adjunct Senior Lecturer Paul Bell, who joins the College of Nursing and Midwifery to develop two new postgraduate courses in conjunction with the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC).