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1 Nursing and Midwifery School Profile Undergraduate > Honours > Postgraduate > Coursework > Research 1

2 The UQ ADVANTAGE The University of Queensland enjoys a long tradition of success here are some excellent reasons to make UQ your university. Choice of programs You will find one of the most comprehensive ranges of high-quality programs in Australia at The University of Queensland. Teaching excellence UQ remains the most successful Australian university in winning national teaching awards. The University has more than 2700 highly-qualified academic staff dedicated to teaching and research. Many are recognised internationally as leaders in their fields. TOP class Research UQ boasts some of Australia s best and brightest inquiring minds and is one of the country s top research universities across many measures including annual PhD graduations, commercialisation of discoveries, industry collaboration, and funds received from both government and the private sector. 2

3 The complete package A sense of community pervades UQ s cosmopolitan campuses. The campuses are renowned as among the most beautiful and well-equipped in Australia. Students have access to sporting and cultural facilities and a broad range of social activities. An international reputation In the 2011 Employer Review of the QS rankings of world universities, UQ was ranked 51st for graduate employability. UQ trains future leaders who can take their place in an increasingly globalised workforce, graduates who are job-ready and who have the fundamental skills required to thrive in the 21st century. The employment edge The employment rate and average starting salaries for UQ graduates are considerably higher than the national average. In Australia, our graduates enjoy an employment rate of 81.6 percent, higher than the national average of 74.9 percent. Successful graduates Generations of graduates continue a UQ tradition of success as leaders in all areas of society and industry, both in Australia and overseas. These include a Nobel Laureate, an Oscar Winner, two Governors-General, State Premiers, Governors, and Chief Justices. ongoing connection Your relationship with the University does not end when you graduate: you will be warmly welcomed into our global community of close to 200,000 people across more than 150 countries. top facilities UQ is constantly upgrading its teaching facilities to meet the needs of both students and industry. We have one of the fastest and most advanced information networks in the world, one of the best research libraries in the country, and modern teaching spaces that enable the use of the latest technology. 1

4 contents INtroduction 4 Terminology explained 5 Why choose nursing and midwifery? 6 School overview 7 QTAC Codes and How to Apply 8 Clinical Schools Undergraduate 11 Bachelor of Nursing 11 Bachelor of Nursing for Overseas educated Professional Nurses 13 Bachelor of Midwifery 15 Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery dual Degree 17 International Community Health 17 Student Exchange and Study Abroad Graduate Entry 19 Honours Program 19 Scholarships 21 Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) Postgraduate 23 Master of Nursing 25 Graduate Certificate in Nursing 25 Graduate Diploma in Nursing 25 Postgraduate Midwifery Programs 27 Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies 29 Master Mental Health Nursing 31 Continuing Professional Development 31 Alumni 33 Research & Research Higher Degrees 33 Our Research Sites 35 UQ/Bluecare Research & Practice Deveolpment Centre Finance 37 Money Matters International 39 Information for International Students Admissions 41 Admissions Requirements

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6 Terminology EXPLAINED Bachelor of Nursing graduate Jilly McCool Australian (domestic) student A student who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or a New Zealand citizen. Undergraduate programs Usually refers to first-time university programs, including diplomas and bachelor degrees. Bachelor degree A qualification awarded for the first level of study undertaken at university, typically requiring three to five years of study, depending on the bachelor degree studied (see also undergraduate program) Program (formally known as courses) A sequence of study involving enrolment, study and graduation, normally awarded with a qualification such as a bachelors degree, graduate diploma or certificate. Program code A unique identifying number assigned by UQ to a program. Dual program A combination of two UQ degree programs undertaken at the same time. These are sometimes called Dual Degrees, parallel degrees, combined degrees or double degrees. Course A component of study within a program, similar to a subject at school. Full-time students usually study four courses per semester. Major / Extended Major A major or extended major is an area of specialised study within a program, for example, history. A major or extended major may be a formal requirement in a program. Minor A small group of courses in a discipline. A minor is worth approximately half the value of a major. Elective Courses you can choose to study from a wide variety of disciplines. They often come from outside you major field of study. Honours To be considered for honours, additional study is required for students undertaking a three-year bachelor degree. Four-or-five-year bachelor degrees, honours is awarded based on academic performance during the program. Postgraduate programs Programs studied after graduating from undergraduate degrees include graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, masters and professional doctorates. Faculty A major organisational unit within UQ, with responsibility for academic programs. Faculties may have a number of sub-faculty academic units called Schools. The head of a faculty is called an Executive Dean. Exchange (UQ Abroad) A program where students enrolled at UQ may be eligible to study in another country under UQ s student exchange program, UQ Abroad. (refer p.11) International student A student who is not an Australian citizen or permanent resident, not a New Zealand citizen, and is enrolled or proposed to enrol at an institution in Australia. Temporary residents of Australia are also classified as international students. Overall Position Overall Positions, or OPs, provide a state-wide rank order of students (on a 1 to 25 scale, 1 being the highest), based on students achievement in Authority subjects studied for the Queensland Senior Certificate. A student s OP shows how well that student has performed in their senior studies when compared with the performances of all other OP-eligible students in Queensland. Entry scores Undergraduate students are assigned an entry score based on high school studies or other post-secondary studies. Students who complete high school studies in Queensland are assigned an Overall Position (OP). Year 12 students in other Australian states are assigned an Interstate Transfer Index (ITI). All other students are assigned a rank. Once a student has completed a full year of study at UQ, their OP or ITI is converted to a rank based on Grade Point Average (GPA). QTAC The Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) is the central admissions body for all Queensland undergraduate programs. Semester UQ s teaching year is divided into three semesters: Semester 1, Semester 2 and Summer Semester. Most programs only require students to be enrolled in Semester 1 and 2 each year. UQ Terminology 4

7 Why Choose Nursing and Midwifery at UQ? Top reasons students choose Nursing and Midwifery at UQ 1. Reputation of UQ 2. UQ is ranked in the top 100 in the Times World University Rankings 3. Reputation of the School 4. Clinical Placement structure 5. Program content 6. Graduate employment opportunities 7. Canadian CASN Accreditation Go Global Nursing and Midwifery graduates can work interstate and overseas. There is great demand for nursing graduates globally, as well as a need in rural and remote locations in Queensland. Multiple pathways The School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a number of pathways into nursing through three year undergraduate degrees or two year graduate entry programs for those who have already completed a degree. Learn from the best Learn from the best, with the best, to be the best. Led by our Head of School, our academic and clinical staff are renowned leaders in their fields, with many known and highly regarded both nationally and internationally. Links with leading researchers from across the University As a School of Nursing and Midwifery student you will be able to draw on the vast resources both within the School and across the University to help develop your content knowledge. Great job prospects Employment opportunities for UQ graduate nurses and midwives are very good. Our graduates have established an excellent track record for gaining full-time employment straight after completing their program. With high clinical based content, our programs are very well respected by employers both within Queensland, across Australia and internationally. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration as a nurse or midwife through the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. Clinical Schools The University of Queensland, School of Nursing and Midwifery is the only nursing and midwifery program to offer intensive clinical learning to undergraduate students through Clinical Schools. This means students are exposed to the health care environment from the earliest stages of their degree. Students are able to nominate a preference for a clinical school (through QTAC) where they will be based three days per week and taught in small groups through clinical schools. Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) Accreditation The UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery is the first School of Nursing and Midwifery outside Canada to receive international accreditation from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) for its Bachelor of Nursing program. This means that on successful completion of the UQ Bachelor of Nursing program, graduates will be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse in Canada. A mutual recognition agreement between the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in the United States, will mean that UQ educated nurses who become registered in Canada will also be eligible to seek registration within the United States. Further information For additional information or program enquiries please contact The School of Nursing and Midwifery. Web: Phone: Fax:

8 School overview At UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery we re dedicated to teaching, learning and research excellence. We deliver contemporary, high quality teaching from practising clinicians, and we conduct world class research. We are based across several sites these include Clinical Schools where undergraduate and graduate entry students undertake the bulk of their education. We offer the following programs: Undergraduate Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Midwifery Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree Graduate Entry Overseas Educated Professional Nurses (OEPN) (1 year pathway) Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) Honours Bachelor of Nursing Honours Bachelor of Midwifery Honours Postgraduate Nursing Master of Nursing with specialist fields of study including: o Advanced Practice Nursing field (generic) o Aged Care Management o Children and Young People s Health o Chronic Disease Management and o Palliative Care o Gastroenterological Nursing o Primary Health Care Nursing o Rural and Remote Nursing Graduate Certificate in Nursing Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies Master of Mental Health Nursing Postgraduate Midwifery Graduate Certificate in Midwifery is ideal for registered midwives who do not currently hold a bachelor midwifery degree Master of Midwifery Research Higher Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Master of Philosophy (MPhil) 6 Nursing and Midwifery midwifery 2014

9 QTAC Codes and How to Apply The School of Nursing and Midwifery at UQ is unique in offering intensive learning through clinical schools. UQ nursing and midwifery students undertake the bulk of their learning at a clinical school and attend lectures one day a week on campus at UQ. As always, when students nominate preferences for UQ nursing and midwifery through QTAC, they nominate a preference for a clinical school. For example to nominate the Bachelor of Nursing at the Mater South Brisbane clinical school students would use the QTAC code and nominate South Brisbane. To select the Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree at the Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital, students would use the QTAC code and nominate the RBWH clinical school. If students choose to nominate the Mater as their first preference clinical school, they are also able to nominate another UQ clinical school for their second and third preference and vice versa Clinical Schools are listed below: MATER CLINICAL SCHOOL QTAC CODES & OP CUT OFFS Bachelor of Nursing Mater Redlands or Mater South Brisbane clinical school OP 8 (84 rank) Bachelor of Midwifery Mater South Brisbane clinical school OP 5 (90 rank) Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery (Dual Degree) Mater Redlands or Mater South Brisbane clinical school OP 6 (89 rank) CLINICAL SCHOOL QTAC CODES & OP CUT OFFS Bachelor of Nursing Ipswich clinical school, Holy Spirit Northside clinical school OP 9 (82 rank) Bachelor of Midwifery Caboolture clinical school, Ipswich clinical school OP 6 (87 rank) Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery (Dual Degree) Ipswich clinical school, Redcliffe clinical school, RBWH clinical school. OP 7 (87 rank) *2015 non-mater clinical schools are subject to change 7

10 UQ Clinical schools Our nursing and midwifery programs are underpinned by academic rigour and extensive practical experience in clinical settings, under the mentorship of clinical lecturers. Unique to the School of Nursing and Midwifery are our Clinical Schools where we equip you with the skills, academic knowledge and practical experience necessary to excel in your nursing or midwifery career. The learning experience in the Clinical Schools is a vital component for your development as a health care professional, and has been designed to integrate your clinical experience directly with your academic program. This link is managed by a team of highly qualified, skilled nursing and midwifery practitioners and academic staff (Clinical Lecturers) who will mentor you as you progress through the program. As a student in the undergraduate nursing or midwifery program or the graduate entry program, you will undertake the majority of your education at your Clinical School, where you learn from practising professionals and gain the knowledge and skills necessary to work effectively in a healthcare environment. You will attend lectures one day a week at UQ, and undertake small group teaching, clinical skills teaching and clinical practice at your selected clinical school. You will nominate your preference for a clinical school when you apply for UQ Nursing and Midwifery programs through QTAC. Refer to page 7 for How to apply and QTAC Codes. The Clinical School approach is a central part of your journey towards becoming a nurse or midwife, and an essential part of your preparation offered only in the School of Nursing and Midwifery undergraduate programs. UQ/Ipswich Hospital Clinical School The Ipswich Hospital is the major hospital within the Darling Downs West Moreton Health Service District. Students experience acute medical and surgical units as well as rehabilitation, palliative care, paediatrics and for Midwifery and Dual Degree students the Birthing Suites. UQ/Holy Spirit Northside Clinical School Holy Spirit Northside is a private hospital, providing acute care for up to 195 inpatients. Located at Chermside, the hospital is the only major referral private hospital in the main growth corridor of Brisbane. Students gain a variety of experience with opportunities for clinical practice available in surgical and intensive care units. *2015 non-mater clinical schools are subject to change 8

11 clinical schools UQ/Mater Clinical School SOUTH BRISBANE Mater Health Services is a network of seven hospitals with over 8000 staff, caring for more than 600,000 patients each year. The UQ/Mater Clinical School, situated in the Mater Hospitals precinct is close to major rail and bus stations. Students gain a variety of experience with opportunities for clinical practice across all specialties including neonates, women s health, paediatrics, adults and aged care. UQ/Mater Clinical School REDLANDS The UQ/Mater Clinical School Redlands is situated in the main streert of Cleveland and is close to major rail and bus stations. Ample parking is available to students. Students undertake all problem based learning (PBL), tutorials and lectures at the Mater Redlands clinical school, and undertake their clinical practice in the Mater Redlands Private and / or the Redlands Public Hospitals. UQ /Redcliffe Clinical School At the Redcliffe hospital students will have the opportunity to experience and learn about a wide variety of medical, surgical, obstetric, paediatric and cardiac patient conditions. UQ/Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital Clinical School Situated in Queensland s largest tertiary referral centre, students will have the opportunity to experience and learn about a wide variety of patient conditions, including Midwifery-led care through the Birth Centre and the Midwifery teams, as a well as access to the Skills Development Centre and simulated learning. TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE The Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) program is delivered through small group based teaching at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) located on the grounds of the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). Clinical practice is undertaken at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in the first year, with other placements available in the second year of the program. UQ/ Caboolture Clinical School Caboolture hospital provides students with a range of medical, surgical, emergency, paediatric, specialist outpatient and mental health learning experiences. 9

12 Undergraduate I am originally from Chile, South America. I really wanted to live, study and work overseas. Australia is a great cosmopolitan country, in which I had the chance to meet nice people from everywhere. I chose UQ because of its prestige as a world class university. If you want to work helping others and also challenge yourself learning about how the body works, nursing is a good profession to work in. In the future, I would love to work in aged care, stroke rehabilitation and mental health. Marcelle Le Feuvre Bachelor of Nursing 10

13 Undergraduate Bachelor of Nursing The Bachelor of Nursing is a three year degree delivered internally, fulltime with an accelerated learning option to complete the program in 2.5 years (there is no mid-year entry). As a UQ Bachelor of Nursing student you will be based at one of our Clinical Schools, and attend lectures one day a week at UQ. In the first two years of the program lectures and Problem Based Learning are incorporated with clinical experiences in selected Clinical Schools. In the final year of the program students undertake extensive preceptored clinical placement providing them with exposure to an area of specialty nursing practice and the opportunity to consolidate and refine their skills in order to facilitate a smooth transition to graduate practice. Undergraduate students will be rostered to attend clinical placement on either morning (approximately 7am 3pm) or afternoon shifts (approximately 2pm 11pm) for shifts of 8 hours duration, depending upon your clinical site. In the final year of the program students will be required to attend night duty shifts (approximately 11pm 7am). The UQ Advantage The Bachelor of Nursing program is underpinned by an innovative, problem based learning curriculum model which has been informed by international best practice and industry experts and responds to current national and global population health challenges. An honours year of full-time or part-time equivalent study may be undertaken after successful completion of the Bachelor award with a minimum GPA of 5.0. How to apply Current minimum requirements for the Bachelor of Nursing program are passes at Year 12 level, or equivalent, in Senior English, and one of Biological Science, Chemistry or Physics. Applications are made through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC ) Bachelor of Nursing Mater Mater South Brisbane Mater Redlands Bachelor of Nursing Ipswich Hospital Holy Spirit Northside Hospital *2015 non-mater clinical schools are subject to change Non-school leavers may be eligible for alternative entry pathways. Students may apply for credit once they have gained acceptance into the program. Registration Graduates will be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. A career in Nursing A career in nursing will enable you to work in a variety of public and private hospitals, health care settings, academia/teaching, research, rural and remote health, and aid organisations. Some pathways available to graduates include: > Medical / Surgical Nursing > Mental Health Nursing > Aged Care > Rural and Remote Nursing > Community and Public Health > Critical Care > Perioperative Nursing > Paediatrics and Child Health > Emergency Nursing Bachelor of Nursing for Overseas Educated Professional Nurses (1 Year pathway) The UQ Bachelor of Nursing 1 year pathway for Overseas Educated Professional Nurses is specifically designed to meet the Australian National Nursing Competency Standards for Registered Nurses. On successful completion of the program students will be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse in Australia. If you are a recent graduate, or you have recently completed a minimum three year Diploma or Degree at an approved institution and you have limited clinical practice experience (either post-graduation or during your degree), or you are a registered nurse in a country other than Australia, you may be eligible for enrolment in the UQ Bachelor of Nursing 1 year pathway for Overseas Educated Professional Nurses. Overseas Educated Nurses who are not eligible for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia but who have completed a degree in nursing in their own country of origin may be considered for enrolment. English Language Proficiency (IELTS) To meet the English Language Proficiency requirements for this pathway, international applicants must demonstrate a score of at least 7.0 overall with 7 in each subband (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) of the IELTS Academic test (or equivalent). Registration On successful completion of this pathway students will be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse in Australia. The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), require nurses applying for registration in Australia (i.e. applicants who have not completed their secondary education as well as a nursing program taught and assessed in English) to demonstrate they have the necessary English language skills required for registration. How to apply International students Applications for this pathway are made through The University of Queensland International Admissions Office. When submitting your application you will need to provide: Certified copies of all transcripts of results, award certificates, grading systems, and translations (if required), documents for English Proficiency, other documentation as outlined in The UQ application form, or as requested by The UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery. Enrolment is subject to proof that the candidate has satisfied the English language proficiency requirement. Australian citizens with international nursing qualifications If you are an Australian citizen who has completed their nursing qualifications overseas, you are eligible to apply for this program through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). Students applying through QTAC will need to submit a credit application with supporting documentation to the School to be considered for the OEPN credit pathway. Students in both categories should also provide proof of registration. 11

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15 Undergraduate Bachelor of Midwifery The Bachelor of Midwifery is a three year degree delivered internally fulltime with an accelerated learning option to complete the program in 2.5 years (there is no mid-year entry). Why study Midwifery at UQ? As a UQ Bachelor of Midwifery student you will be based at one of our Clinical Schools, and attend lectures one day per week at UQ. In the first two years of the program lectures and Problem Based Learning are incorporated with clinical experiences in selected Clinical Schools. In the final year of the program students undertake extensive preceptored clinical placement providing you with exposure to an area of specialty in midwifery practice, and the opportunity to consolidate and refine your skills in order to facilitate a smooth transition to graduate practice. Undergraduate students will be rostered to attend clinical placement on either morning (approximately 7am 3pm) or afternoon shifts (approximately 2pm 11pm) for shifts of 8 hours duration, depending upon your clinical site. In the final year of the program students will be required to attend night duty shifts (approximately 11 pm 7am). UQ Advantage The Bachelor of Midwifery program is underpinned by an innovative, Problem Based Learning curriculum model which has been informed by international best practice and industry experts and responds to current national and global population health challenges. This program has been designed using international best practice standards in Midwifery education. Students will achieve the ANMC competency standards for midwives. As a School of Nursing and Midwifery Bachelor of Midwifery graduate you will be eligible to apply for endorsement as a midwife through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. An honours year of full-time or part-time equivalent study may be undertaken after successful completion of the Bachelor award with a minimum GPA of 5.0. Entry Requirements Current minimum requirements for the Bachelor of Midwifery program are passes at Year 12 level, or equivalent, in Senior English, and one of Biological Science, Chemistry or Physics. Applications are made through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) Bachelor of Midwifery Mater Mater South Brisbane Bachelor of Midwifery Ipswich Hospital Caboolture Hospital *2015 non-mater clinical schools are subject to change Non-school leavers may be eligible for alternative entry pathways. Applications for credit may be submitted by any person who gains entry to the program. A career in Midwifery A career in midwifery will enable you to work in a variety of public and private maternity and neonatal care settings, academia/teaching, research, rural and remote health, and aid organisations. The UQ school of nursing and midwifery was my first choice for midwifery training because it has a large amount of clinical practice incorporated into the course. The course teaches us to be self-directed and independent learners, and the placements start early in the course so, from the beginning, you get the practical experience that will help to get you ready for the real job at the end. For me it was all about getting hands on as soon as possible, it helped to consolidate the theory we were learning and at the same time and gave me an insight into what the daily life of a midwife is like. It has been so rewarding to get to work with women and their families from the start and share in their special life changing moments of welcoming a new baby into the world. I can t wait to start my career as a midwife. Carolyn Tanis Bachelor of Midwifery 3rd year Nursing and midwifery

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17 Undergraduate Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree The Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery or Dual Degree is a four year degree delivered internally full-time with an accelerated learning option to complete the program in 3.5 years (there is no midyear entry). Why study Nursing and Midwifery at UQ? As a UQ Bachelor of Nursing student you will be based at one of our Clinical Schools, and attend lectures one day per week at UQ. In the first three years of the program lectures and problem based learning are incorporated with clinical experiences in selected Clinical Schools. In the final year of the program students undertake extensive preceptored clinical placements in nursing and midwifery settings providing them with the opportunity to consolidate and refine their skills in order to facilitate a smooth transition to graduate practice. Undergraduate students will be rostered to attend clinical placement on either morning (approximately 7am 3pm) or afternoon shifts (approximately 2pm 11pm) for shifts of 8 hours duration, depending upon your clinical site. In the final year of the program students will be required to attend night duty shifts (approximately 11pm 7am). UQ Advantage The program is underpinned by an innovative, problem based learning curriculum model which has been informed by international best practice and industry experts and responds to current national and global population health challenges. An honours year of full-time or part-time equivalent study may be undertaken after successful completion of the Bachelor award with a minimum GPA of 5.0. Graduates will be eligible to apply for registration as a nurse and endorsement as a midwife through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia Entry Requirements Current minimum entry requirements for the Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree program are passes at Year 12 level, or equivalent, in Senior English, and one of Biological Science, Chemistry or Physics. How to apply Applications are made through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC ) edu.au Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree Mater Mater South Brisbane Mater Redlands Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree Ipswich Hospital Redcliffe Hospital The Royal Brisbane and Women s Hospital *2015 non-mater clinical schools are subject to change Non-school leavers may be eligible for alternative entry pathways. Applications for credit may be submitted by any person who gains entry to the program. The UQ Nursing and Midwifery program sits head and shoulders above any other program I ve seen. One of the best things about the UQ program is the high exposure to the clinical environment from such an early stage of the course. From week five of my first year I was placed on a nursing ward and exposed to the real nursing world. It was by far the best thing about this program, and from the start it taught me real world nursing skills such as patient communication, time management and working in an interdisciplinary team; skills that are difficult to learn in a classroom or during lectures. The nurse to clinical lecturer ratio in the UQ program is fantastic. Having one highly qualified Clinical Lecturer between twelve means that the support I receive is incredible. Having a long list of skilled professionals at my fingertips is so valuable to my education and the knowledge that so much support is available in the clinical area is amazing. Elizabeth Coller Dual Degree Second year 15

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19 Student exchange International Community Health placement The School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a unique overseas experience for undergraduate students wishing to broaden their international, cultural and community health experience. The International Community Health program provides you as an undergraduate student with the opportunity to live and undertake hands on practical work in a number of community healthcare facilities and clinics in towns and villages worldwide. You will have the opportunity to assist and observe local health care staff in a number of different work places, and you will receive course credit as the Community Health program will form part of your practical coursework requirements. Currently the School of Nursing and Midwifery offers this program at Siem Reap Cambodia. How to apply Information sessions regarding the School of Nursing and Midwifery Community Health Placement will be held for enrolled undergraduate students during the year. Applications for the International Community Health Placement Program are open to School of Nursing and Midwifery second year Bachelor of Nursing, and second year Bachelor of Midwifery students for placement in their final year. Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery Dual Degree third year students can apply to undertake the placement in their final year. Student Exchange and study abroad As an undergraduate student at the School of Nursing and Midwifery you will have the opportunity to participate in our International Student Exchange program. The International Student Exchange program offered by the School of Nursing and Midwifery to undergraduate students provides a wonderful opportunity for you to enhance and diversify your learning experience. Developed in conjunction with internationally renowned universities, the program is designed to help you develop a global perspective by gaining an appreciation of cultural diversity through immersion in academic and clinical experiences. Currently the student exchange program is offered through the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Auckland, the University of Virginia, the University of Glasgow. Other partnerships are planned. Students interested in the International Student Exchange program to the University of Pennsylvania are eligible to apply for The University of Pennsylvania Scholarship. Please refer to the School of Nursing and Midwifery website for further information How to apply Applications for the International Student Exchange program are open to School of Nursing and Midwifery second year undergraduate students for an exchange in their final year. It is a world away from the streets of Brisbane, but for local Dalby girl and UQ nursing and midwifery student Lucy Finlay, spending her holidays in a remote Community Health Clinic in Cambodia was a dream come true. Lucy was one of fifteen students and three clinical staff from the University of Queensland School of Nursing and Midwifery to leave Brisbane in early January to spend four weeks undertaking a Community Health Placement Cambodia was such a wonderful experience I loved every minute. One of my definite highlights was assisting in the delivery of two babies. It really opened my eyes as to how lucky we are here in Australia so to be able to help those in need it was a truly rewarding experience Lucy Finlay Dual Degree student Nursing and midwifery

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21 graduate entry Honours program The School of Nursing and Midwifery Honours program has been specifically designed to prepare students for the next phase of study or professional life. At the UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery we encourage new graduates to undertake an Honours program. The Honours program offered at the School of Nursing and Midwifery opens a broader range of career and research paths for nurses and midwives. The Honours programs have been specifically designed to enhance your skills and learning. The researched-based Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Midwifery Honours programs are ideal if you re looking to build your capacity to upgrade your qualifications, maintain currency with clinical practice, expand your career path, enhance your potential for promotion or undertake further research. Currently the Honours programs are offered to students who have completed a Bachelor degree with a minimum GPA of 5.0 or equivalent. The Honours program is then offered on either a full-time or part-time basis. As an Honours student, you will have the flexibility to undertake a research specific question which you have developed, or, you can elect to commence a research project nominated by the School. You will be individually mentored through the program by one of our world class researchers; this enables the program to be tailor made for you. Honours programs are semester based and mid-year entry is available to applicants. As a prospective Honours student, you can enrol in any semester and are welcome to discuss the program at any time with the Postgraduate Research Coordinator. Honours Scholarships Honours scholarships are available to UQ nursing and midwifery Honours students either through the School of Nursing and Midwifery or the UQ Scholarships program. For further information visit the School of Nursing and Midwifery website. After graduating from the Bachelor of Midwifery at UQ my classmates and I entered the Midwifery workforce work ready and with advanced practice skills. Eighteen months down the track I chose to undertake the Honours program, again with UQ SONM, because of UQ s excellent research reputation, and flexible study options. The benefits of this have been that I have been able to study part-time and externally, around my work and family commitments. Because I couldn t attend the campus my academic supervisor and my academic mentor made themselves available for fortnightly phone conferences and frequent contact in between. The support and guidance I have received with my studies has been fantastic, not just from my supervisor and mentor, but from the librarians, the administration staff and the peak bodies and expert academics all over the world that my supervisor has connected me with. As a result of this I have had my first article accepted for publication by an international journal. Cassia Drever-Smith Edith Cavell Honours Scholarship recipient Cassia Drever- Smith and Edith Cavell descendent Jeremy Cowley Scholarships The UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery is committed to providing financial support to students wanting to study. The School of Nursing and Midwifery is committed to helping you realise your full potential. That s why we offer a selection of scholarships to assist you with your undergraduate, postgraduate or research higher degree education. Undergraduates are eligible to apply for scholarships at the end of their first year, to be awarded for second year. We strongly encourage students to apply for more than one scholarship. We encourage you to find out which scholarships you may be eligible for by visiting I was fortunate to have been the recipient for one of the numerous scholarships available to students, which helped to ease the financial burden of not earning an income while studying full-time. Susan Neuendorff Bachelor of Midwifery Student 19

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23 graduate entry MaSter of Nursing Studies (Graduate entry) The Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) has been specifically designed to prepare you to apply to work as a registered nurse within two years of study. QTAC Code The Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) program is offered to graduates of any other discipline who have achieved a grade point average of 4 and above (Australian GPA scale) in their previous field of study. Students will complete 32 units of study. At a Glance Duration: 2 years (full-time) with an option of completing in 1.5 years if a summer semester is undertaken at the end of year 1. Commencing: Semester 1. Campus: Problem Based Learning (PBL) tutorials, clinical laboratories and clinical placements at selected Clinical Schools. Prerequisites: Bachelor degree with a GPA of 4 and above. Delivery Mode: Internal. School: Nursing and Midwifery. Faculty: Health and Behavioural Sciences. Program Code: Total Units: 32. QTAC Code: HECS: Australian domestic students studying The Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) program are eligible to apply for the Australian Government Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS). Program description This 2 year Masters degree program is specifically designed to enable graduates of any Bachelor degree to meet the requirements of registration as a nurse in Australia. Graduates will: > Apply clinical reasoning skills in their nursing practice > Be able to work effectively in interprofessional teams to promote quality health outcomes for clients in their care > Provide high quality client centered care through safe and effective nursing practice according to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia National Competency Standards for the Registered Nurse > Possess the qualities, skills, knowledge and abilities expected of a University of Queensland graduate. Shift work As a component of this program students will be required to attend morning and evening shifts for clinical experience. In addition, final year students will be expected to attend night and weekend shifts. Selection Criteria To enroll a student must: > Hold a bachelors degree from an Australian or equivalent university completed within the last 10 years. This may be in any field. > Where a degree has been completed more than 10 years prior to the application, the applicant must have completed a minimum of one year of full-time (or the part-time equivalent) of tertiary study in that time period as evidence of recent academic activity. How to Apply Domestic students: Applications must be lodged through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) International students: Applications must be lodged through UQ International. I chose to study nursing at UQ due to the sheer amount of practical experience we get to do. I have found my practical days to be challenging, but at the same time have gained invaluable knowledge. I am so pleased that I chose to study at UQ, as I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of my study over the past year. But by far, the best thing about UQ is that everybody cares. From the minute you step into the library, book store or classroom there is somebody willing to help you and push you to achieve your best results. Adeline Ryan Clinical Schools In the first year, the program is delivered through small group based teaching at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) located on the grounds of the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). Clinical practice is primarily undertaken at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in the first year with other clinical placements available for the 3rd and 4th semesters of the program. QTAC codes When nominating the Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) through QTAC, the following QTAC code will apply for first year entry at the Princess Alexandra Hospital clinical school Master of Nursing Studies (Graduate Entry) Princess Alexandra Hospital Additional information For additional information on this program contact the UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery Phone: Fax: Web: 21

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25 Postgraduate MaSter of Nursing The Master of Nursing program offers a flexible, external method of study. The program provides the opportunity for you to complete a Master of Nursing after successful completion of 24 units, a Graduate Diploma in Nursing after 16 units or a Graduate Certificate in Nursing after completion of 8 Units You are able to select from the following fields of study for specialisation, including: Advanced Practice Nursing Is designed to enable you to apply the principles to your own specialist practice setting. The Advanced Practice Nursing programs have been developed to provide Registered Nurses with the skills and knowledge to fulfil advanced practice roles within their own clinical setting. Advanced nursing practice will be explored from a clinical, professional, educational and leadership perspective. Graduates will develop advanced skills in health assessment and applying contemporary models of practice. Aged Care Management Is designed for current and aspiring managers who require knowledge and skills in contemporary management and their application to the aged care and community sector. Emphasis is placed on critical and analytical skills in industry specific financial modeling, planning and performance; service delivery theory and models; current and future workforce issues thus providing graduates with capacity to preempt and respond to changes as they emerge. Children & Young People s Health The Children and Young People s Health programs have been developed to provide Registered Nurses with the skills and knowledge to practice in paediatric and child health settings including hospitals, community, school and youth based health. Graduates will develop an understanding of primary health care needs, physical and developmental stages of children, cultural values and diversity of family needs within both the child health setting and acute health paediatric setting for children and young people. Gastroenterological Nursing The Gastroenterological Nursing programs have been developed to provide Registered Nurses with the skills and knowledge to fulfil advanced practice roles within diverse gastroenterological clinical settings. Gastroenterology nursing will be examined from multiple perspectives with specific emphasis on the physiological and pathophysiological aspects of gastroenterological conditions. Chronic Disease Management and Palliative Care The Chronic Disease Management and Palliative Care program has been developed to provide Registered Nurses with the skills and knowledge to fulfil advanced practice roles within their own clinical setting. Chronic disease and palliative care nursing practice will be explored from a clinical, professional, educational and leadership perspective. Primary Health Care Nursing The Primary Health Care Nursing field has been developed to meet the increasing demand for nurses in primary health care environments. As students progress through the programs, advanced practice skills will be developed along with an increasing If you do not currently hold a Bachelor of Nursing, you may only apply for the Graduate Certificate. When this has been successfully completed, you may then apply for entrance into the Masters of Nursing program, or at the Graduate Diploma level after a one year full-time study or part-time equivalent. awareness of the social, economic, cultural and political determinants of health. The programs have been designed to align with current developments within the Australian health care system and aim to increase nurses knowledge and skills in the areas of illness prevention, health promotion and community development. Rural & Remote Nursing The Rural and Remote Nursing programs have been developed to provide Registered Nurses with the skills and knowledge to fulfil advanced practice roles within their own clinical setting. Graduates will also acquire an in-depth knowledge of the economic, political and socio-economic factors which influence the delivery of health care within rural and remote contexts. All courses are offered online. This page provides an overview of the fields of study contained in the Master of Nursing. For more comprehensive information visit the UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery webpage postgraduate. If you currently hold a Bachelor of Nursing you are able to apply for the Master of Nursing or Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies if you meet all the program requirements. The majority of our students opt to undertake the Masters program on a parttime basis to accommodate work and family life commitments. 23

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27 Postgraduate Graduate Certificate in Nursing Within the Master of Nursing program the School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a Graduate Certificate in Nursing. As part of the Master of Nursing program, the School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a Graduate Certificate in Nursing. The Graduate Certificate in Nursing is ideal if you do not currently hold a Bachelor of Nursing. Once successfully completed, you will then be eligible to enrol in the Master of Nursing or the Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies programs. The Graduate Certificate in Nursing consists of one core course (Evidence Based Health Care), two field specific courses and one elective course. As with the Master of Nursing, you will be able to select a field of study for specialisation. Additional information on each of the fields of study can be located with the Master of Nursing information page 23. Students complete 8 Units. Graduate DIPLOMA in Nursing Within the Master of Nursing program, the School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a Graduate Diploma in Nursing. This graduate diploma program is specifically designed for graduates of any Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent degree to enable them to extend their nursing knowledge and skills in a specialist setting. Students who currently hold a Bachelor of Nursing are able to apply for entry to the Graduate Diploma or Master of Nursing or Master of Nurse Practitioner Studies if all the program requirements are met. As with the Graduate Certificate in Nursing and Master of Nursing, students will be able to select from fields of study for specialisation. Students complete 16 units. Postgraduate Midwifery Programs The UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery now offers accredited courses for midwives seeking endorsement as eligible midwives through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). The University of Queensland School of Nursing and Midwifery offers two postgraduate programs developed to provide registered midwives with the skills and knowledge to fulfil advanced practice roles within their own clinical setting. Midwives have two fields of study that they can choose to pursue: Complex Midwifery Care which encompasses the care of high risk pregnancies and the care of mothers and babies with complex needs; and Advanced Midwifery Practice. The latter field of study enables midwives who practice in community settings, or settings other than high risk care to pursue further postgraduate study in areas of advanced midwifery practice. There are two post graduate courses available: Graduate Certificate in Midwifery; and the Master of Midwifery. Nursing and midwifery

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