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Nurses at The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) provide Great Care to neonates, children, young people and their families in more than 60 different services. We are committed to competency based practice and provide nurses with a comprehensive, individualized orientation program. Nurses can develop their careers in Clinical Practice, Management, Education or Research and the Domains of Practice describe professional role expectations. Opportunities for development are based on performance not tenure and our current nursing vacancies may be found on the RCH careers website.
Dame Elisabeth Murdoch Nursing Development Scholarship & Elizabeth Fearon Scholarship applications for 2020 open August 5th and close October 14th. For more information visit: https://www.rch.org.au/nursing_research/Scholarships_and_research_funding/
In 2014 RCH Nursing Executive began
working with RCH Nurse Unit Managers
(NUM) and Associate Nurse Unit Managers (ANUM) to understand their practice
reality and to develop a shared vision of the management and leadership
of nursing teams. NUM’s and ANUM’s were surveyed and
then invited to attend focus groups. The information provided was themed and
formed the basis of a project plan which was actioned by the NUM and ANUM
Key achievements of the working group include;
The development of these resources is the next step in achieving our vision, clarifying the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) as the pinnacle in point of care nursing practice. The guide provides NUM and applicants with clear organisational expectations of the CNS role.