The Master of Primary Health Care Nursing is tailored specifically for registered nurses working or intending to work in primary health care. It will assist you to develop the specialist knowledge and skills required to practise effectively within complex primary health care settings.
Inherent Requirements for Nursing courses The program focuses on the health needs of individuals, families and communities and providing accessible and equitable health care.
You will explore the foundational principles and practices of primary health care. You will learn about chronic disease prevention and management, including relevant evidence-based decision-making processes and practices, concepts of self-management and coordinated, quality care.
There is an emphasis on determinants of health, community needs assessment, community participation, health promotion models, health education and health literacy and how these inform and underpin primary health care in the community.