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This program prepares midwives for advanced practice in community child and family health.
RMIT is one of the oldest providers of nursing education in Australia and continues to be at the forefront of nursing education and research, offering a range of postgraduate programs to meet the current challenges facing practice and research.
You’ll develop the ability to critically analyse and apply principles of primary health care to help you secure a rewarding role as a maternal and child health nurse.
You are offered experience across a broad range of practice within the framework of early childhood services.
Offered via face-to-face classes supplemented by independent study and clinical placements.
You’ll experience a range of learning approaches including learner-centred curriculum, learning activities and projects.
You’ll be exposed to a range of learning and teaching opportunities including face-to-face lectures, online learning, and field experience across a broad range of practice, within the framework of early childhood services.
Learning is supplemented by independent study and clinical experiences
RMIT University is committed to providing you with an education that strongly links formal learning with professional or vocational practice.
Graduates work in maternal and child health nursing in local government, early parenting centres and community services.
Professional recognition and accreditation
You may wish to join professional organisations such as the Victorian Association of Maternal and Child Health Nurses.
Program and course information
Provide people with access to necessary services and support by alleviating the language barrier.