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Remote Area Nursing Pathway Program
The Remote Area Nursing Pathway Program builds clinical skills, resilience, and cultural safety, providing a pathway to a remote nursing career. It is presently available to recipients of the Remote Area Nursing Pathway Program Grant.
Applications closed for 2022. For more information on transitioning to remote practice explore our online module: Becoming a remote area nurse: essential knowledge
Are you a registered nurse transitioning to remote practice or a rural registered nurse with a plan to do so?
Rural and new-to-remote RNs are encouraged to apply for the 2022 CRANAplus Remote Area Nursing Pathway Program.
The nine-month program will commence in June 2022 and is presently available to recipients of the Remote Area Nursing Pathway Program Grant.
The program builds clinical skills, resilience, and cultural safety. It provides a pathway to a sustainable remote nursing career, increasing employment opportunities and paving the way for lifelong learning and professional development.
What does the program include?
The program can be completed part-time and in conjunction with your present employment. It is facilitated by CRANAplus staff. The program covers:
- A CRANAplus Remote Emergency Care course.
- A CRANAplus Maternity Emergency Care course.
- The CRANAplus Online Clinical Assessment Suite.
- A range of webinars featuring guest speakers, designed to support your professional development and preparedness for expanding your scope of practice.
- Resilience workshops & professional reflection activities.
- Cultural safety professional development.
You will receive certificates on completion of each course and on completion of the program, which can be used in your continuing professional development portfolio.
What does it cost?
Thanks to the support of the Nurses Memorial Foundation of South Australia, CRANAplus will waive course fees for successful grant recipients.
A $500 bursary will be provided for each face-to-face course to assist with travel and accommodation costs.
Only CRANAplus Members are eligible to apply, meaning full membership will need to be purchased if you are not a member already.
How do I apply?
To be eligible for this grant, you must be a registered nurse and a CRANAplus member currently employed in a rural or remote setting. Click here to become a member.
Applications closed on May 31 2022.