Teaching & Training
Griffith University has a strong track record of producing and supporting high quality workforce. AVATAR can draw upon its members' understanding of clinical practices and research. Together with colleagues from NCREN it forms a strong team of Australian nursing researchers and international partnerships between universities, health groups and professional medical societies. NCREN is Australia's first Centre of Research Excellence in Nursing funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
By drawing capabilities from across several schools and faculties, Griffith University can offer innovative, inter-professional programs and training packages to meet the workforce needs of industry, community and government. AVATAR works closely with the University's capabilities around teaching and curriculum design to offer tailored education to meet the workforce needs of clinicians, hospitals and health services and to translate knowledge into practice to improve clinical workforce practice and health.
To view our Course Profile for 8035NRS Peripheral Intravenous Access and Care click here.
Conference presentation by Professor Claire Rickard