Intensive care (Master of Advanced Clinical Nursing)



Intensive care nurses care for patients with life-threatening conditions and complex healthcare problems, typically within the intensive care unit of a hospital. Your specialised skills will allow you to anticipate and rapidly respond to changes in your patient’s condition.

As an intensive care nurse you will perform focused, systematic and methodical assessments. You will draw on data from patient and technologically-derived sources in order to provide time-critical interventions to patients requiring complex care for life-threatening illnesses or conditions.

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  • Core Principles of Critical Care Nursing (2 credit points)

  • Intensive Care Nursing (2 credit points)
  • Before 2023
    HNN751 Advanced Physiology and Patient Assessment
    HNN752 Core Principles of Care for the Critically Ill Patient
    HNN764 Intensive Care Nursing 1
    HNN774 Intensive Care Nursing 2