Equip and enrich your rural nursing career with RNPiP

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Whether you’re new to rural and regional nursing or have years of experience, you’ll find opportunities to refresh, learn and grow with the Rural Nursing Pathways in Practice (RNPiP).

We are delighted to collaborate with the NSW Health Nursing and Midwifery Office and rural nursing experts to develop RNPiP - a collection of professional development resources designed to support all rural and regional nurses with education and professional development opportunities.

Encompassing a series of tailored e-learning modules and opportunities for postgraduate study, RNPiP is designed to reinforce and increase nursing expertise in the unique environment of rural practice.

Jacqui Cross, NSW Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer introduces RNPiP

Who are the pathways for?

RNPiP e-learning modules are for all rural and regional nurses – tailored to the unique context of rural nursing. The learning pathways feature six modules suitable for nurses of all levels to review and develop the core clinical assessment skills.

Your journey awaits

Navigate to My Health Learning and start your journey with adult systematic A-G assessment then choose your path with Respiratory assessment, Cardiac assessment, Abdominal assessment, Neurological assessment and Paediatric systematic A-G assessment.

Fully-funded postgraduate courses are also available to support nurses in rural settings, as well as scholarships to support study at higher levels.

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