Our partners

At the School of Nursing and Midwifery we have an extensive partnership network with healthcare organisations. 

This network gives our students access to a wide variety of clinical learning experiences, contributes to our courses and helps facilitate world-class research.

Clinical placement partners

We partner with a number of healthcare organisations in metropolitan, regional and rural settings, so you can nominate your preferred placement.

  • Alfred Health
  • Austin Health
  • Barwon Health
  • Eastern Health
  • Epworth HealthCare
  • Healthscope – Knox Private, Holmesglen Private, Melbourne Private
  • Melbourne Health
  • Mercy Health
  • Monash Health
  • Ramsay Health
  • St John of God Geelong
  • St John of God Warrnambool
  • South West Healthcare
  • Mulgrave Private
  • Western Health

Find out more about study opportunities

Monash Health's partnership with Deakin's School of Nursing

Director of Nursing and Midwifery Education Strategy at Monash Health, Katrina Nankervis, talks about the relationship between Monash Health and Deakin University.

Clinical Partnership Network

Our Clinical Partnership Network is the first fully-coordinated partnership collaboration of its kind in Australia.

The network connects the School of Nursing and Midwifery and its Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research (QPS) to six major health services in Victoria.

Strengthening the link between research, education and practice

Through this network, we conduct multidisciplinary, multi-site research, which feeds directly into our course content, education for the health services and clinical practice.

Partnership Network members

Find out more about our six Clinical Partnership Network members.

Partners as teaching staff

Each partner healthcare organisation has a joint appointment with the school in the form of a professor of clinical nursing, associate professors and senior research fellows. These joint appointments ensure our curriculum is evidence based and the research of the school is specific to the health care needs of the community.

Find out more about our research