Graduate Certificate in Disaster and Terror Medicine
Where will this take me?
Who is this course for?
Disaster and Terror Medicine is a system-orientated specialty that intersects clinical medicine and a diverse group of responding agencies. The course is relevant to critical care clinicians (including doctors, nurses, clinical leaders); emergency services (including paramedics, emergency responders); hospital administrators; government and policy makers; social workers; and the military.
On completion of this course, you will have the ability to recognise, assess, and respond to complex disaster and terror management situations. You will be able to confidently implement health programs for different types of disasters during all the phases of the disaster management cycle, including prevention, response and recovery, and gain a unique understanding of the typology of terror from a health perspective.
Credit earned via the successful completion of this course or subjects within can be used towards completion of the Master of Advanced Nursing Practice.
If you are interested in building your knowledge in this discipline but not yet ready to commit to studying a Graduate Certificate you may also wish to explore the following related courses: