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As a registered nurse, you will work in a diverse and fast-paced medical environment to provide quality health care and support to individuals, families and communities. If you have a passion for caring for people and are interested in fulfilling a diverse range of roles in a health environment, then a Bachelor of Nursing at one of three UON locations is for you.
As one of Australia's most trusted professions, nurses make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of the community and are essential within any health care system or facility. This also means nurses are highly employable; your nursing career could take you across Australia and the globe, working in public and private healthcare facilities in areas across a range of disciplines in the health sector. Whichever direction you choose for your career, you can be sure that you will be making a meaningful contribution to society as a registered nurse.
primary, secondary and tertiary nursing
Be work-ready with 800 hours of clinical experience and accreditation from the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC).
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