Introducing the new Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/Master of Public Health course & our Nursing at Melbourne brochure 

We are delighted to announce that the new Nursing at Melbourne course brochure is now live.Our courses cover every aspect of the human lifespan and open diverse doors to a range of rewarding clinical practice, leadership and research career paths. We invite you to browse our established courses, including the Master of Nursing Science and Master of Advanced Nursing Practice, as well as our specialty practice pathways including Cancer Nursing, Paediatric Nursing and Mental Health Nursing and Graduate Research options.

Cover of nursing brochureFresh for 2022 and in response to the health crisis, we are also excited to launch the Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/Master of Public Health course. It is the only single degree that integrates content from both advanced nursing practice and public health, providing unique opportunities for registered nurses and helping them to meet global workforce needs.

It offers the combined benefits of advanced nursing practice to expand skillsets and build leadership capacity with training in public health, such as epidemiology and biostatistics, evaluation and implementation science, infectious diseases, and advanced research methods.

This new course allows students to take advantage of flexible delivery modes including face-to-face, online and dual delivery. Our teaching staff are current practitioners in their field, with world-class expertise in nursing and public health.

We invite you to share the news of our new course with your contacts – it’s an ideal opportunity for practicing nurses who are looking to go deeper into their practice, upskill and focus on public health issues.

Applications for February 2022 intake close on Monday 31 January 2022.

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“COVID-19 brings into sharp focus the unprecedented demands being placed on the nursing workforce worldwide. In addition to this immediate crisis, mass population displacement caused by conflict and natural disasters will continue to challenge health systems beyond the pandemic. In this climate of increasing uncertainty innovative approaches to health care delivery and health care systems are rapidly evolving providing new solutions to improve safety and quality of care. Our new Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/Master of Public Health has been specifically designed for experienced nurses who are seeking to expand their current scope of practice and extend their reach by equipping them with the knowledge, skill and leadership capability to meet the healthcare needs of people and populations now and into the future.”

Photograph of Professor Marie Gerdtz

Professor Marie Gerdtz
Head of Department of Nursing