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There are 37 courses at 'University of Tasmania - School of Nursing' matching your search criteria:

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Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast - (2009-02-24 )
The aim of the Nursing Masters is to prepare advanced practice nurses for leadership roles in a range of clinical nursing settings.
 
 
 
Launceston
The Bachelor of Nursing course H3D in Launceston is offered in three years full time.
 
 
 
Latrobe, Hobart and Launceston - (2009-02-01 )
This program prepares students to practice competently in a variety of maternity settings, in accordance with the international defined role and scope of practice of the midwife.
 
 
 
Launceston
The Bachelor of Biomedical Science is designed to prepare students to work in specialised medical and pathology laboratories that provide diagnostic services that are an essential part of the health care system.
 
 
 
Launceston
The Bachelor of Exercise Science is a 3.5 year program that aims to produce graduates who meet the professional requirements for registration with the Australian Association for Exercise and Sport Science (AAESS).
 
 
 
Launceston
The Bachelor of Health Science is a degree which prepares students for a range of career paths in the health sector, including administration, management and research, as well as for entry to graduate programs in medicine and other health specialties and
 
 
 
Launceston
The Bachelor of Health Science (Environmental Health) is a professionally accredited 3.5 year program that is designed to produce graduands who will work as Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) in State and Local Government.
 
 
 
Launceston
The Bachelor of Nursing course H3E is offered as a two year (Enrolled Nurse) advanced standing pathway.
 
 
 
Hobart
The Bachelor of Nursing (Fast Track) course H3H is offered in two years full time including two spring schools (six full time semesters)
 
 
 
Sydney: Rozelle
The Bachelor of Nursing course H3R is offered in two years full time including two spring schools (six full time semesters)
 
 
 
Sydney, Darlinghurst
The Bachelor of Nursing course H3V is offered in two years full time including two spring schools (six full time semesters)
 
 
 
University of Tasmania
This course is for international students who are continuing in the 2-year fast track program in Launceston. There is no new intake in 2010.
 
 
 
Hobart, Sydney: Rozelle
This two year undergraduate course is offered in Hobart, Tasmania and at Rozelle, NSW in parallel with the fast track B Nursing program.
 
 
 
Hobart
The main aim of the course is to provide students with a specialist education in the basic and clinical pharmaceutical sciences and to enable them to gain the skills and attitudes required for the responsible practice of pharmacy.
 
 
 
Launceston
This degree is designed to prepare students for work in Medical Imaging departments, which provide diagnostic services that are an integral part of the health care system
 
 
 
Hobart, Launceston, Sydney
This on-campus course is offered at Launceston, Hobart and Sydney on a full time or part time basis. The course length is a minimum of one year of full-time study and a maximum of two years part time.
 
 
 
Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast, Sydney - (2010-08-07 )
This course is designed for practicing clinicians in leadership roles in health services. It will provide access to knowledge on health systems and policy, leadership skills, legal, ethical and clinical governance issues, interpreting data and evaluating
 
 
 
University of Tasmania - (2010-08-07 )
The course is suitable for health professionals who wish to enhance their understanding and ability to work effectively with information and communication technologies.
 
 
 
University of Tasmania - (2010-08-07 )
This course provides the opportunity for health professionals to enhance their skills and knowledge enabling them to become leaders in health services.
 
 
 
University of Tasmania
UTAS and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) have a partnership that recognises the importance of management and leadership skills in the delivery of patient/client-centred health and human services care. UTAS has developed an education pro
 
 
 
Hobart, Launceston,Cradle Coast, Sydney
This course is offered part-time only, over one year, or two semesters. The maximum time for completion is two years.
 
 
 
University of Tasmania
This 1-year full-time or up to 4-years part-time graduate diploma course is offered at Hobart, internally and externally. The staff are: Dr S Bettiol (co-ordinator), and other staff from the School of Medicine and Royal Hobart Hospital Pathology Departmen
 
 
 
Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast, Sydney - (2010-08-07 )
The UTAS and Sydney South West Area Health Service(SSWAHS) have a partnership that recognises the enormous challenges and changes in health service delivery.
 
 
 
University of Tasmania
The Graduate Diploma of E-Health is offered by the University Department of Rural Health -- externally, using online teaching and learning technologies, over a minimum completion time of 2 years part time (over four semesters), and a maximum 4 years part
 
 
 
University of Tasmania
Changing models of health care delivery designed to improve quality and access to services require effective leaders who are able to utilise information technology and build and engage teams.
 
 
 
University of Tasmania
UTAS and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) have a partnership that recognises the importance of management and leadership skills in the delivery of patient/client-centred health and human services care.
 
 
 
Launceston
The Graduate Diploma will allow students with an undergraduate background in Science or Health Science to broaden and extend their areas of potential employment or expertise. The program is designed to provide students with theoretical and practical skill
 
 
 
Hobart, Launceston,Cradle Coast
The Graduate Diploma of Nursing comprises the second level of the Master of Clinical Nursing program. Students may exit with a Graduate Diploma or apply to continue within the program and complete a Master of Clinical Nursing qualification.
 
 
 
Hobart
The course is designed to equip non-pharmacy graduate students with the fundamental knowledge and skills to enhance career opportunities within the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries, academic pharmaceutical research, or pharmaceutical regulatory
 
 
 
Launceston
The programme will provide a formal qualification in Biomedical Science for students with an undergraduate background in science or health science.