School of Nursing & Midwifery
Developed after extensive consultation with the medical profession, our multi-disciplinary program is tailored to the needs of Registered Nurses and allied health who wish to build upon their mental health skills. To apply, you must have already completed a Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Nursing & Allied Health before enrolling in this one-year program, which involves essays, case studies and problem-solving exercises. After the completion of this degree, you may wish to consider the Master of Nursing (Mental Health).
You must have a professional health degree or equivalent qualification and registered with your professional registering authority. To enrol for the master program, you must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
Like all our Nursing programs, the Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Nursing & Allied Health is highly practical in its focus and has been developed in close consultation with the medical profession. If you are a Registered Nurse and have already completed your Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Nursing & Allied Health, you may wish to further develop your skills and knowledge by taking this one-year program.
Once enrolled, you will acquire a detailed understanding of contemporary practice, allowing you to progress your career in the growing area of mental health care. Assessment is based on a combination of written assignment, case studies and problem-solving exercises. Upon graduation, you will be equipped and ready to work in any mental health environment.
Master of Nursing (Mental Health)
This research-based degree requires a further two semesters of part-time study. You will be allocated a research supervisor to support you.
Full details of the program requirements are contained in the Program Requirements.
More information regarding courses can be found at the course descriptions page.
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