To ensure a new technology is utilised effectively, nurses will need to learn how to manage communication with staff and stakeholders, as well as implementing the right processes. Nurse leaders who can manage this change effectively will be vital in reassuring others and moving forward with new technology.
A range of technologies are coming to the forefront of healthcare which allow patient care to be taken straight from the hospital bed to the home. This extension of healthcare is not only beneficial for patients, particularly those in remote areas, but also reduces the burden on HCP and hospitals.
What does healthcare in the future look like for our nation’s older generations? As the Australian population ages and the number of people aged 75 or over doubles, our needs also change.
Thanks to a series of technological advances, the age of robotics in the healthcare industry is dawning. Changes to nursing roles and duties may arise as a result, spurring potential challenges in the future.
We’ve created an infographic which examines some emerging technologies in healthcare that are set to change the face of the industry moving forward. This infographic pinpoints the 10 key trends that you’ve got to watch to prepare yourself for the future.
Successful project management requires core competencies associated with risk, control, planning, implementation, evaluation, collaboration and systems analysis. It is an essential role in so many industries, but what is project management and where did it come from?
Distance education has been a growing trend since it was first pioneered in the 1700s. With the explosion of the internet age, it has evolved from being an “alternative” education, to a highly efficient and, in some cases, preferred method of learning.
Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (PCEHR) were introduced in Australia in July 2012. The system has since been updated to be known as myHealthRecords. It enables patients across the country to view their own medical records online, and control who has access to them.
It’s important to be fully informed when making a decision about which course you’re going to study. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is our most popular course for its flexibility and diverse career outcomes, but if you’re already working in engineering (or want to), a Master of Engineering Management (MEM) – which has many units in common with the MBA – might be a better investment.
Our Master of Business Administration (MBA) has a number of flexible entry and exit points. This infographic helps explain what you’ll need to study to get the business qualification you want.
If you’d like more information about your online study options with us, please feel free to give one of our Student Enrolment Advisors a call on 1300 589 882 – they can help you work out if you’re eligible for any advanced standing (based on your relevant work experience or previous postgraduate study) and discuss what your study plan might look like.