马努卡理工学院/Manukau Institute of Technology
Graduate Diploma in Health Science and Technology (Dialysis)
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- 授课校区：Manukau Institute of Technology
- Adult Learning and Professional Practice
- Evidence-based Practice and Research
- Health and Wellness in Renal Failure
- Renal Science
- Dialysis Management 1 (practicum)
- Pharmacology for Dialysis Technicians
- Renal Failure Treatment Options and Advanced Therapies
- Dialysis Management 2 (practicum)
Get the advantage with specialist skills and meet the demand for specialist renal clinical physiologists in the healthcare sector. Gain professional development at graduate level and stay current with new technology and developments in the field of dialysis. Meet competency requirements with the relevant knowledge and practical experience as set by the New Zealand Board of Dialysis Practice (NZBDP). On graduating become certified with the NZBDP.
Our outstanding staff have a highly respected reputation for teaching and clinical research which means you are up with the latest practices and technological developments in healthcare.
Our great relationships with Counties Manukau Health, Auckland District Health Board and Waitemata District Health Board means you get to apply your skills in the most up to date renal and dialysis units in New Zealand. This diploma is an opportunity for health professionals or those who have a degree with an emphasis in science to make a career change.
Position as a Clinical Physiologist (Renal)
The programme is structured with two compulsory core courses (30 credits), and a further 90 credits in elective courses.
On completion of the programme, graduates are eligible to apply to the NZBDP for certification as a Clinical Physiologist (Renal).
Continuing education programmes
Postgraduate nursing study (at other institutions)
Entry is open to degree graduates. However, subject to the regulations of the award, those who have been able to demonstrate equivalent practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind may be granted admission.
Applicants must meet the following entry requirements for dialysis specialisation:
Hold a Bachelors degree or equivalent
Have a relevant professional qualification or experience approved by the Dean or their representative, to demonstrate ability to study at level 7
Have completed a minimum of 30 credits study at level 5 in Bioscience and Anatomy and Physiology
Have English competence to undertake this programme which is taught and assessed in English. Any applicants whose first language is not English may be required to provide evidence of an overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.5) or equivalent
Provide a completed medical declaration and/or evidence of a current health certificate from a registered health practitioner, indicating ability to practice safely and to be physically capable of meeting the practical aspects of the programme.
Each applicant will be required to declare all criminal convictions and pending convictions, and submit a New Zealand Police Consent to Disclosure of Information form with their application. This will be sent to the Police Licensing and Vetting Service if the applicant is accepted into the programme and is returned in confidence to the Dean of Faculty.
Provide two testimonials and/or character references attesting to candidate's suitability for working in Health Care
Provide a confidential report from the institution where a candidate is applying to transfer from another institution.