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NURS5078: Capstone (Workplace)

This unit of study will assist students (as potential senior clinicians) to extend their development of a critically informed personal/professional position on the many issues impacting clinical nursing practice and to further develop the skills required to argue that position effectively within current clinical contexts and climates. The unit will provide a framework within which students will explore current professionally relevant clinical and professionally related situations from several perspectives such as those of tertiary and professional education, local, state and federal government policy development and implementation, health services management, workforce and regulatory perspectives. Students will also conceptualise and develop a personal portfolio incorporating the work undertaken during their degree and including guided reflections on their observation and analysis of senior/advanced practice roles in nursing and assess their current state of readiness to undertake the role of a senior clinician within a personally relevant workplace.

Code NURS5078
Academic unit Nursing and Midwifery
Credit points 12
Prerequisites:
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42 credit points
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. reflect upon future career goals to identify a senior nursing position of personal interest
  • LO2. analyse the stated requirements for the identified position to conceptualise, design and construct a personal portfolio that would support an application for such a position
  • LO3. assess the personal portfolio in context of the position requirements and develop a professional development plan relative to the identified position
  • LO4. analyse the conceptual workplace of the identified position to determine the strategic imperatives for the presence of the identified position within this workplace