Shape what’s next: Mental Health Nursing

Understand the complexities of mental health to get you ready for leadership and clinical roles.

Turn your passion for people’s wellbeing into a career in Mental Health. With almost half of Australians estimated to experience a mental illness at some point in their lives, mental health nurses are much needed specialists with key responsibilities under the Mental Health Act to assess, plan and provide care for people who are often vulnerable and in crisis.

Presented by Discipline of Nursing Leader, Associate Professor Phil Maude, this webinar is designed for registered nurses working in mental health who want to develop new skills and advance as a specialist Mental Health Nurse. Phil will present key opportunities for you to engage with recovery work or move into health service and community clinical leadership roles.

In this webinar, you’ll:

  • Hear about our programs of study and entry pathways.
  • Feel confident that you will be taught by mental health nursing experts who will mentor your career.
  • Learn how our assessment reflects the clinical practice you will be engaged in and will assist you to develop future career ready skills.
  • Discover how we’ve adapted program delivery to provide flexible study options for the modern-day learner whilst engaging with other students from all over Australia and even overseas.
  • Consider how RMIT can recognise your professional hours and approved Mental Health Nursing graduate programs to fast track your career options.
  • Have the opportunity to have your questions answered during a Q&A.

Shape what’s next. Apply now and start studying in July.


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