Grad@MUH Program 2020
The Grad@MUH program supports newly qualified nurses to develop confidence and competence during their transition from beginning to advanced practitioner.
You will find this 12 month program a rewarding and empowering phase of your career journey. The breadth of work-based learning activities on offer throughout the program will ensure you have multiple opportunities to embed the values and expectations of the profession and establish your professional identity within your workplace.
You will be encouraged to explore your leadership strengths and engage with work-based learning activities focused on identifying and mitigating clinical risk and improve quality of patient care.
Coordinating a quality improvement project within your practice area will provide an opportunity to reflect on your leadership development.
The program encourages personal development and skills for life-long learning including critical and reflective thinking, teamwork and inquiry.
Launch your career
We offer a choice of program, in either Perioperative or Clinical Streams. Fast-track your career in a speciality area of your choice.
|Perioperative Stream Specialties||Clinical Stream Specialties|
|Orthopaedic, Spinal and Hand Surgery, Neurosurgery and Neurology, Ophthalmology, Cardiothoracic, Vascular, Respiratory, Cardiology, Colorectal / Upper GIT, Plastics, Urology, Gynaecology, Breast, ENT, Oncology, Intensive Care /Coronary Care|
To be eligible to apply for the Grad@MUH 2020 Program you must meet the criteria listed below:
- Complete a nursing degree or diploma that leads to initial APHRA registration as a Registered Nurse (RN) or Enrolled Nurse (EN) between 1 November 2018 and 31 January 2020
- Meet all APHRA requirements including the registration standard for English language skills.
- Register as an RN or EN prior to Monday 3 February 2020
- An Australian citizen or hold a visa that allows you the rights to work in Australia
- Able to work full time or a minimum of 4 days per week
- Available to attend an interview between Monday 16 September and Friday 20 September.
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