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ADVICE/OPINIONS - student EN interested in midwifery and or paediatrics.

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Liz123

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  • Joined: Jan 2010
  • Location: Adelaide, SA
  • Posts: 14

Mon Jun 28, 2010 2:06 pm

Hey all,

I am a student nurse (Diploma of enrolled nursing through RDNS, in adelaide). I am particularly interested in furthering my studies in either midwifery or paediatrics. My course finishes mid next year (2011) and i am getting married at the end of 2011. Has anyone got any advice or opinions as to what options i have or where i can find information?

If any one would like to tell me their stories or give me any but of information, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Liz, :)

annmariemb

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  • Joined: Oct 2010
  • Location: Murray Bridge
  • Posts: 2

Oct 29, 2010, 04:52 pm

hi liz

how much was it to study through them i have applied to tafe next year for dip EN i wish to take the same path as what your looking at. im curreny=tly doing cert 3 in aged care

Liz123

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  • Joined: Jan 2010
  • Location: Adelaide, SA
  • Posts: 14

Jan 17, 2011, 11:23 am

Hi there,

Too study for EN you mean ? there is quite a lot of qork to do as far as assignments go but i found that keeping ontop of evrything makes it alot easier. I also started of doingmy cert 3 in aged care, which i found on placement that it's not my area that I want to be in. I did it as my starting point. Now im coming tothe end of my course (EN) and I want to keep studying. RDNS are going to be introducing a paed course for 6 months full time. Not sure when there going to start it and not sure how much for.

(paragraph>My opinion would be to finish ur cert 3 first and start ur EN and concentrate on that.

One course at a time, don't rush.

Hope this helps

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