there is a new course now at university of western sydney-- master of nursing(clinical leadership). is this course accredited?

This course is in Australia and it doesnt say anything on the accreditation. I am wondering if i go in for it i might not get work there in Australia. Please help. Can i really get a job in Australia after i complete? And does the accreditation matter?

0 57 Views | Posted 2011-10-15 22:26:59
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    2011-10-20 15:06:40
    Yes this course is accredited. This course aims to provide development opportunities for nursing and midwifery leaders (expert clinicians, nursing and midwifery managers and leaders at all levels of health care) to develop their leadership capacity in a manner that enables them to lead transformative change. The course provides a focus on the knowledge and behaviours required to be a successful leader in a changing health care environment. Key knowledge areas include evidence-based practice, politics and policy, quality, safety and clinical governance, information and communication technology, leadership and organisational capacity, re

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