As a Registered Nurse, you need the skills and knowledge to provide specialised care to individuals, families and communities from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. During the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing you will focus on a clinical nursing speciality, which can also be your research focus if you choose this path. Key clinical nursing specialities you can choose to study include: acute care cancer chronic conditions emergency intensive care mental health orthopaedics paediatrics perioperative renal. In the increasingly complex and challenging world of health care, this course provides an opportunity to enhance your existing clinical knowledge and build capacity to move into further study and research. The course focuses on development of knowledge and skills in clinical practice and intellectual engagement through critical analysis and reflection relevant to nursing practice and education. You will be an informed leader on health care issues emphasising cross cultural practice while building on your research, ethical, political and reflective skills. All applicants must select a preferred clinical speciality from the list of options available.