8035NRS Peripheral Intravenous Access and Care provides students with an advanced, integrated understanding of the knowledge and skills required for safe and effective insertion, care and management of peripheral devices and phlebotomy. The course is structured to enable students to develop skills in the practical aspects of peripheral cannulation, research appraisal, systematic review and practice change. Pre-requisites: Students must hold a current and unrestricted license as a registered nurse, registered midwife or registered medical practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. Students must be currently employed in a health facility in Queensland and have access to a suitable clinical mentor who can supervise their undertaking of peripheral venous cannulation and/or phlebotomy as a requirement of this course.
Education and Nursing Courses will be charged at the Student Contribution band 1 rate. Transitional arrangements apply.