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LA TROBE University gives healthcare professionals the opportunity to re-enter the field with a short course. The University’s Re-Entry to Practice (RN) course is a way for nurses to re-register and return to the workforce in just 10 weeks. Nurse-re-entry student Narelle Williams welcomed the opportunity to return to the industry she loved after she left after serious illness. More news: New coronavirus cases in Greater Bendigo, Macedon Ranges In 2013, Mrs Williams worked as a registered nurse at Mount Beauty in Rural Victoria when she contracted a disease that forced her to stop working but was undiagnosed for five years. . “I was told I would never be able to walk again, let alone work again,” she said. “Returning to nursing was an easy decision because I always loved my job, and being there to help people at their most vulnerable gives me a sense of purpose.” Being a patient for so many years gave me a greater insight into how nurses affect the lives of others, and if I can get back to nursing and affect only one person’s life in the way my life has been affected, I will consider everything I’ve been through, worth it. “Other stories: La Trobe Rural Health School Dean Professor Jane Mills said it was thrilled that La Trobe helped build Australia’s nurse with skilled and experienced nurses.” It is expected that there will be a shortage of more than 100,000 nurses by 2025, “she said,” Re-entering the practice course is an accessible way for nurses to update their skills and qualifications and get back to doing what they love; care for the health of all Australians. “The course consists of 240 hours of theory online, 160 hours of clinical placement and is available nationwide. More news: Race for your life: Justine Babitsch completes marathon Linda Barber is another student who has overcome her aversion to technology to participate in the online course With many years of experience under her belt, Linda left her job as a practicing nurse some time ago to work with her partner in their family business. “My plan was to spend a few years in the industry and then return to nursing. But the years flew by, and here we are – I had wanted to get back to nursing for a long time, so I was very excited when the opportunity to regain my registration came up, “she said. I’m a complete beginner when it comes to computers and have never done any online learning, but I have had wonderful support from La Trobe and it has been an amazing experience. Other news: COVID vaccination certificate: How to prove your vaccination record on the Service Victoria app “It’s a shame that it has taken a pandemic for some people to really appreciate how valuable nurses are in the community, but I look forward to to come back to do what I enjoy while contributing to the wider community. “I know I still have so much to offer.” La Trobe University is partnering with the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA), which enables the university to provide internships for students in their preferred location throughout Australia, the only re-entry to the nursing course in Victoria currently approved by AHPRA and the only approved short course in Australia.Our journalists work hard at to provide local, up-to-date news to the community How to access our trusted content:

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