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Graduate Certificate in Transfusion Practice

      The experience

      Overview

      This is a distance education course taught entirely online. Students must have access to computer facilities and the internet. Students are required to be familiar with the internet and will need to have basic computer and word processing skills. Specifically, students need to be able to write, edit and save an essay on the computer.

      Login details are provided once you are enrolled into the course.

      Prospective students should note that they may not be able to undertake this online course from their place of employment due to network configurations at many workplaces (e.g. firewall / proxy server configurations to control internet traffic)

      This is a distance education course taught entirely online.

      Students must have access to computer facilities and the internet. Students are required to be familiar with the internet and will need to have basic computer and word processing skills. Specifically, students need to be able to write, edit and save an essay on the computer.

      Login details are provided once you are enrolled into the course.

      Prospective students should note that they may not be able to undertake this online course from their place of employment due to network configurations at many workplaces (e.g. firewall / proxy server configurations to control internet traffic).

      The course is delivered in partnership with the Australian Red Cross Blood Service under the auspices of the Blood Matters Program and the Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria. It is conducted by an experienced nurse educator with an extensive clinical background in haematology and transfusion and is the only online Specialist Certificate in Blood Management Foundations course in the Southern Hemisphere.

      Academic Course Coordinator - Dr Rebecca Disler
      Online Facilitator - Ms Judy Forsyth, Clinical Nurse Educator