Specialisation - Pediatric Nursing
At the Graduate Diploma Level, nursing graduates study to develop and consolidate their skills in specialized setting in Pediatric nursing. As a Pediatric nurse, you will provide medical and surgical care to infants, children and adolescents in hospitals, outpatient departments and in other locations. Pediatric nurses are well-versed in all aspects of the growth and development of children, and they must be skilled and communication with both their patients and caregivers. The course modules are structured to provide a balanced program of theory and practice relevant to the career opportunities across the Pediatric nursing sector in Australia.
|Subject Code||Subject Name|
|PCPN3981||Pediatric Nursing Knowledge 1|
|PCPN3982||Pediatric Nursing Knowledge 2|
|PCPN3984||Research in Nursing|
|PCPN3985||Evidence Based Practice in Nursing and Specialisations|
|PCPN3986||Clinical Leadership and Management in Nursing Specialisations|
|PCPN3987||Professional Issues and Policies in Nursing and Specialisations|
Possible Job Outcomes
• After the successful completion of the program, the candidates may gain employment in a healthcare setting that serves pediatric patients, such as a hospital clinic, school doctor’s office, emergency room, hospital floor or intensive care unit.