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- Griffith University
Course results for Griffith University Nursing Degrees
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Postgraduate | GRF-NUR-GCE
Specialist emergency skills and knowledge for registered nurses
Care for patients and their families during complex emergency presentations. Gain the skills and confidence to make critical assessments and decisions. Explore leadership and how you can contribute to transforming the emergency nursing environment.
Postgraduate | GRF-PDN-GCE
Make a difference in the health and welfare of children
Add a specialist qualification in Paediatric Nursing once you’ve become a registered nurse. Understand the needs of the ill child and the importance of supporting the family. Explore evidence-based practice, assessment, communication and ethics.
Postgraduate | GRF-ACN-GCE
For registered nurses advancing to leadership or specialisation
Revitalise your career with this postgraduate nursing course. Explore advanced and complex evidence-based practices. Apply critical thinking to healthcare leadership. Become a clinical specialist, or continue on the pathway to a Masters in Nursing.
Postgraduate | GRF-CCN-GCE
Specialise in fast-paced critical care nursing
Enhance your knowledge with a specialist qualification in clinical critical care nursing. Understand the specialist skills that enable success in the critical care environment. Continue to develop your leadership and technical capabilities.
Postgraduate | GRF-PRN-GCE
Add new skills to your nursing degree
Make well your nursing career by adding this additional qualification. Build advanced knowledge and specialist skills onto your core competencies, including managing complex clients and healthcare transformation.
Postgraduate | GRF-ANP-MAS
Get ready to engage with intricate care practices
Take your nursing career to the next level as you prepare for the rigours of advanced practice. Work through the required core competencies, build on your existing skills and understand the intricacies of care from a specialist perspective.
Approx. 1.5 years full time or part time equivalent
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