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Master of primary health care nursing

 

Overview

Target audience: Registered nurses working with people who have chronic conditions and complex illnesses and their families, and for nurses working in health prevention and health promotion settings

Course outline: The University of Sydney will be introducing a new Master of primary health care nursing course in 2015. The program aims to:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, especially the management of chronic and complex illness, health promotion and prevention and family perspectives, is integrated throughout several units within the program. Cultural awareness and respect is inherent to the curricula. The course encourages interdisciplinary practice by offering electives and opportunities for collaboration across the University of Sydney’s School of Public Health and the Charles Perkins Centre. Some Commonwealth supported places are available for 2015. Places will be allocated according to the order in which applicants accept their offers.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: Online and On site (up to four face to face)

Financial support for Indigenous students: Some Commonwealth supported places available for 2015.

Contacts

Dr Christina Aggar
PHC Post Graduate Coordinator
Sydney Nursing School
The University of Sydney
Ph: (02) 9114 4191
Email: christina.aggar@sydney.edu.au

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Last updated: 15 October 2014
 
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