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Clinical practice is an important component of the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) program and a requirement for registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA ). Clinical practice provides students with an opportunity to achieve competence in safe and effective work practice as well as develop the skills, knowledge, attitudes, values and abilities identified in the ANMC National Competency Standards for the Registered Nurse (January 2006).
Clinical practice encompasses a variety of rural and metropolitan clinical placements which are designed to expose students to clinical experiences relevant to their stage of study.
The majority of clinical practice rotations are local to our South West Campus, however to optimise students exposure to different clinical areas, at some stage during their degree students will be required to travel outside of Bunbury.
Following the commencement of the course students will be required to obtain the following;