Master of Nursing Practice curriculum review CU839

Would you like the opportunity to help review the Master of Nursing Practice Curriculum at one of Perth’s most recognised Nursing Schools? Curtin University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery are looking for the assistance of 10 - 12 members to take part in the curriculum review.

Applications have now closed

About the project

Curtin University ranks in the top 100 universities worldwide for nursing according to the 2017 QS World University Rankings by subject. The Master of Nursing Practice curriculum is undergoing both an internal and external review over the next year for accreditation purposes. As part of this Curtin University would like to invite healthcare consumers to comment on the revisions being considered to current Master of Nursing Practice curriculum.

About the Position

The School of Nursing at Curtin University requires a reference group of 10 – 12 people to support a review process specifically looking at the revisions proposed to the current Master of Nursing Practice curriculum including what is taught and how it is taught.

What am I expected to do?

The review team will determine preliminary changes to the current curriculum based on student, staff and industry feedback. Consumers will then be asked to comment on how the course takes a person centred approach from the consumer perspective with respect to:

  • Course philosophy
  • Structure
  • Content

 

What skills or experience do I need?

Any adult that has had direct contact with a nurse in the past 12 months either as an inpatient or outpatient being treated for acute, chronic or mental health conditions.

When are meetings held?

The first meeting will be held in September 2018 and another meeting later in 2019 to discuss the reviews recommendations

How long am I expected to be involved?

2 meetings will be held over a 12 month period

Where will meetings be held?

Curtin University, Bentley campus

What support is offered?

$30 per/hr honorarium will be offered and training is available from the Consumer and Community Health Research Network.

Applications have now closed.