The School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a range of high-quality professional development programs allowing professionals to expand their knowledge and develop new skills. Programs are developed in collaboration with industry experts based on best practice health care.
The Professional Development Program bridges the gap between industry and postgraduate education by offering contemporary, relevant and accessible education without the commitment of a formal academic program of study.
Professional Development topics include:
- Palliative Care
- High Acuity Nursing
- Paediatric Nursing
- Aged Care
- Mental Health
- Clinical Communication
- Cultural Competence
- Deteriorating Patient
- Best Practice Seminars
Professional Development for your facility
We will liaise directly with your facility to tailor a course to your specific needs and current workforce issues. The program offers a range of course formats such as online, workshops and short courses.
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Professional Development for clinicians
We regularly run professional development for nurses, midwives and PCA’s at our campuses in Clayton, Frankston, Berwick and Gippsland. For more information on our course topics please see the list above or click here to register your interest.
Courses open for registration
- Introductory Perinatal Mental Health (online)
- Advanced Perinatal Mental Health
- Palliative Care
- Writing workshop for Palliative Care Clinicians
- Japanese Program
This online course is designed to meet the needs of students wishing to enroll in graduate entry health science courses. It is also offered to those wishing to build on or refresh their knowledge of human biology for their own interest and/or professional development. Click here for more information
For more information on our Professional Development programs, please contact us on 03 9905 3467 or at SoNM-Professional.Development@monash.edu