Specialisation

Postgraduate Admission Pathway - Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Tuberculosis Management) - 80 cp 1 year pathway

Western Sydney University Postgraduate Admission Pathway Code: A4064.1

Status: CURRENT
This version of the specialisation is available to new and continuing students.


Related Courses

4723.2 Graduate Diploma in Nursing
4723.3 Graduate Diploma in Nursing

Available to students in other Western Sydney University Courses : NO


The aim of the Tuberculosis Management specialisation is to provide Registered Nurses with the specialist theoretical knowledge and critical thinking skills to prepare them for advanced practice in the clinical management of Tuberculosis among individuals and communities. Students will be able to align their career goals with their professional knowledge and skills in the specialisation. Opportunities will be provided for students completing the Masters level specialisation to synthesise and apply advanced nursing concepts through a capstone project relevant to their professional specialty area.¬


Location

Campus Mode Specialisation Advice
Online Online Dr Linda Gregory

Postgraduate Admission Pathway Structure

One year Pathway Structure

Qualification for this award requires the successful completion of 80 credit points including the units listed below

400412 Primary Health Care and its Applications
401377 Clinical Management of Tuberculosis (TB)
401378 Public Health Management of Tuberculosis (TB)
401376 Care of People with Tuberculosis (TB)
401168 Evidence Based Health Care

And one alternate unit

And two elective units

Alternate units

401082 Cultural and Social Diversity in Health Care
401440 Capstone Experience in Health Care

Note: 401440 is a 20 credit point unit

Replaced Units

The units listed below count towards completion of the course for students who may have passed these units in Autumn 2021 or earlier.

401083 Capstone Experience in Health Care



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