About this program
Program Learning Outcomes communicate to the community the value of the Griffith educational experience as benchmarked against national qualification standards.
Program Learning Outcomes for this award describe the knowledge, skills and the application of knowledge and skills you will acquire through studying the Griffith program of your choice.
This program encourages you to develop an awareness of sexual health-related issues, such as sexually transmissible infections, HIV/AIDS, and sexuality, as an integral part of wellbeing and health service delivery. It takes into account the current local, national and international trends of postgraduate studies and aims to develop competence and knowledge in the core skills of the specialty area of sexual health.
While this program is designed for a multidisciplinary cohort of students including nursing, medical and allied health personnel, it is also structured to address the core competencies required for nurses to practise clinically in this specialty area via the specialty course, Sexual Health Practice. This specialty course has restricted access to registered nurses practising in Queensland and is currently the only approved education course that prepares nurses to gain Sexual Health Program Authorisation under the Drug Therapy Protocol, Sexual and Reproductive Health (DTP, SRH) program. This is the only course in the program that has restricted access.
Note. After completion of the four specialist sexual health courses (40 credit points), you can exit with a Graduate Certificate in Sexual Health. If you wish to complete the honours component, you must first complete the 80 credit point Masters program.