EIT's Master of Nursing programme will enhance your nursing knowledge, skills in critical analysis, constructive synthesis, along with advanced practice and research within your specialty area, particularly in preparation for advanced practice roles.*
*EIT's Master of Nursing qualification has been approved by the Nursing Council of New Zealand as a "masters with a clinical focus, including the content for preparation for nurse prescribing" – for graduates to become nurse practitioners.
Annatjie Pretorius, Master of Nursing Graduate
A swerve in Annatjie Pretorius’s life journey will see her capped with a Master of Nursing at EIT’s graduation ceremony in March 2014.
After training as a nurse in South Africa, Annatjie never imagined leaving her homeland of Zimbabwe – formerly Rhodesia. However her son, Munnik, now 17, has severe haemophilia and the supply of medication which allows him to live a normal life was becoming increasingly fickle.
Health Professions Postgraduate Programmes
The Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Health Science and Master of Nursing is approved by Nursing Council of New Zealand and prepares nurses for advanced practice and Nurse Practitioner (with prescribing)
Facilities & Scholarships
The School of Nursing’s facilities and resources are excellent and are amongst the best in New Zealand. They include the Clinical Arts and Technology (CAT) Centre plus three well-equipped simulated practice environments including simulated learning technology, computer assisted resources and a small procedures room.
Nursing and Health Profession Scholarships
There are a number of scholarships available for Bachelor of Nursing students. Please phone 0800 22 55 348 to find out more
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