There is a strong demand for registered nurses in a range of settings. Studying with one of the largest nursing schools in Australia, you'll get hands-on experience within a healthcare setting as soon as you begin your course.
Nursing and midwifery are richly rewarding careers where your profession provides opportunities to work in a diverse range of specialty areas.
Director of Clinical Studies and Senior Lecturer
Get real-world experience
You'll get practical experience from the beginning, to develop and consolidate knowledge and clinical skills, giving you the employment edge on graduation day.
We focus on you
Our teachers are committed to providing a supportive personalised learning experience for every student, ensuring they achieve the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to meet the challenges of a dynamic healthcare system.
What do our students and staff say?
Deakin University School of Nursing and Midwifery
The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Deakin is one of the largest in Australia, and is committed to providing excellence in its courses through an emphasis on current trends and evidence-based practice in nursing.
Study with Deakin and we'll help you transform your passion into a successful and rewarding career
Research with us
Deakin’s School of Nursing and Midwifery are world leaders in research. We achieved a 4 (World Leading Research) in the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2015 evaluations. Our Master’s and PhD students are being supervised by nurse researchers who are key leaders nationally and internationally in their fields.
Recent research at Deakin
Medical emergencies and patient safety
Professor Tracey Bucknall and her team are examining patients' understanding, of their role in noticing and reporting their deteriorating status, and its impact on prevention of serious adverse events.
Who we work with
The school’s partnership networks with healthcare organisations have led to a range of innovative clinical learning models. This gives you access to a wide variety of healthcare environments and clinical learning experiences.
When you finish the Bachelor of Nursing, you'll be highly sought-after for your ability to provide personal, evidence-based care.
You'll be set for all sorts of careers and pathways, including:
- acute care/sub-acute care
- aged care
- intensive care
- mental health
- maternal and child health
- government departments
- district health services
- the education sector
- private industry.
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