Course level

Undergraduate

Faculty

Health & Behavioural Sciences

School

Nursing, Midwifery & Social Wk

Units

2

Duration

One Semester

Class contact

1W

Companion

NURS3104 or MIDW3104

Restricted

BN, BMid and BN/BMid

Assessment methods

Presentation, case study

Course coordinator

Dr Marion Tower

Current course offerings

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Course description

This course prepares undergraduate students for the transition to professional nursing practice professional practice requires graduates to draw on the knowledge and skills they have acquired over the duration of their undergraduate program and apply these skills for lifelong learning. The course examines concepts around speaking up for safety and quality in health care. This includes learning skills around leadership and resilience that will support students in their future practice and will extend their reflective practice to consider personal contributions to their profession. The course also explores the use of health informatics in practice environments and expectations regarding competency as a newly registered practitioner in a range of contexts.