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- University of Notre Dame Australia
Course results for University of Notre Dame Australia Nursing Degrees
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UND-NUR-GDI | Postgraduate
Upgrade your nursing skills with advanced theory
A postgrad health qualification for registered nurses and students with practical nursing skills. Fill your knowledge gaps as you strive for quality patient care. This course provides a pathway to nursing leadership or further studies at Masters level.
UND-NUC-MAS | Postgraduate
Conduct research and excel in your specialist nursing practice
This course is for registered nurses and students already on their postgraduate studies pathway. Develop your nursing knowledge to improve your skills and provide an advanced level of care. Start thinking about your health research topic today.
UND-NUR-GCE | Postgraduate
Progress your nursing career with confidence
A fast-tracked formal nursing qualification for registered nurses seeking new skills and a promotion. Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Prepare to provide evidenced-based care in a range of contexts. Open the door to further study.
UND-MHA-GCE | Postgraduate
Developed after extensive consultation with the mental health profession
Designed to meet the needs of mental health nurses, this course is a rigorous introduction to psychiatric theories and contemporary treatment. Study contemporary mental health, then graduate and grow your career, or continue your psychiatry studies.
UND-NLM-GCE | Postgraduate
For registered nurses seeking leadership capabilities
Learn how to manage conflict and foster collaboration in healthcare settings. If you’re an experienced nurse and ready for the challenge of leadership, start with this postgraduate nursing course. Make confident decisions, plan, and manage resources.
UND-MHA-GDI | Postgraduate
Extend your care for patients with mental illness
Build on your practice and studies to progress your career in mental health environments. Adopt contemporary strategies to communicate with patients. Respond to their needs with your advanced knowledge of psychiatric treatments and care options.