Post graduate education opportunities. 

Undergraduate degree programs provide graduates with a platform of enormous scope for post graduate study.  From university based honours, graduate certificates and diplomas and masters degrees, to work based programs that augment your clinical skills to that of advanced practitioner. Your undergraduate degree offers you many avenues for learning and professional development. 
Searching university websites will provide a plethora of opportunities where flexible learning enables long distance study and online study options. 
Clinical educational programs, are often hospital based, conference based or workshop based.  As a graduate, be sure to attend inservice and educational programs that are provided by your workplace, as it will help you develop your knowledge and skills. 
 
Joining special interest groups or professional organisations such as the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) https://www.acn.edu.au and the Australian College of Midwives (ACM) https://www.midwives.org.au, will provide a rich resource base for professional practice in both nursing and midwifery. 
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Web site Author & Administrator: Dr Helen Donovan SFHEA. (RN,RM, CHN. PhD, MEd, MEd, FCNA, ACM) 

University Lecturer: Health Services in Nursing & Midwifery specialty. .