Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing

RMIT University

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Overview

Graduate Diploma
Melbourne
1.0 year Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing will give you a strong understanding of how to apply diagnostic and therapeutic techniques in your clinical practice, as well the broader professional and social context of mental health nursing.

You will develop research skills and the ability to be reflective of your practice. You will also choose an area of specialisation with an elective subject.
Placements

A work-integrated learning course will further develop and apply your skills caring for clients in a variety of clinical settings with interaction and feedback...

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Careers

Nursing, including mental health nursing, is a large occupation with opportunities in many different locations and organisations.

According to the Australian...

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Industry connections

RMIT’s mental health nursing programs are linked and supported by industry partners. The programs are offered to nurses across Australia working in...

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