NURX413 Primary Health Care Nursing - Rural/Urban
Note: This information is for 2013, and may have been updated since the Guide to Enrolment was printed.
|Title||Primary Health Care Nursing - Rural/Urban|
|Teaching Period(s)||Not offered in 2013, expected to be offered in 2014|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZ$)|
|International Tuition Fees (NZ$)|
This paper addresses specialist knowledge, problem-solving skills and technical competence in the area of primary health care nursing. It involves critique of practice and the application of research and theoretical principles to attain best practice standards. Students determine their focus as rural or urban studying their own scope of practice.
Limited to: MHealSc, MHealSc(Endorsed), PGDipHealSc, PGDipHealSc(End), PGCertHealSc(End)
NURX 413 is no longer being offered in 2013
- Jenny Conder
- Henrietta Trip
The applicant will:
- Have registration as a nurse from a three year programme or course, congruent with the HPCA Act 2003
- Hold a current Practising Certificate.
This paper has been developed to expand / advance the knowledge base and skills of registered nurses to provide advanced primary health care nursing practice. In order to contribute to improved personal, population and community health outcomes. It will focus on the application of newly acquired or extended knowledge and skills within the student’s particular area of primary health care nursing
This paper can be undertaken either online, face to face or a combination of both methods. Students have the option of choosing the methods which best suits their learning style and circumstances. All lectures are recorded and available online via the University’s e-learning site Blackboard within one working day of the finish of each study block.
Further guidance will be provided to students prior to the commencement of this paper.
For dates of the three study blocks in Christchurch, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Critique of assessment approach||40%|
|Reflections on application of assessment||20%|
Centre for Postgraduate Nursing Studies
University of Otago, Christchurch
PO Box 4345
Tel +64 3 364 3852