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  1. Course code: GCMI700 Credits: 5.0

    16 Dec 2015: The aim of this course to provide Registered Nurses with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skill in relation to motivational interviewing and the application of these skills to clinical practice.

  2. Course code: GCPA700 Credits: 5.0

    16 Dec 2015: To enable Registered Nurses to develop further their knowledge and practice of the prevention and assessment of pressure injuries/ulcers.

  3. Course code: GCPH700 Credits: 5.0

    16 Dec 2015: To enable Registered Nurses to gain an intermediate level of knowledge about the issues and concepts surrounding the use and administration of drugs in nursing practice.

  4. Course code: GCPM700 Credits: 5.0

    16 Dec 2015: To enable Registered Nurses to develop further their knowledge and practice in prevention and management of pressure ulcers.

  5. Course code: GCPR700 Credits: 5.0

    16 Dec 2015: To enable Registered Nurses to integrate and further develop their knowledge of human physiology in order to identify and differentiate age related changes and pathological processes.

  6. Course code: GCRH700 Credits: 5.0

    16 Dec 2015: To provide Registered Nurses practicing in rural areas of New Zealand with the opportunity to further develop their understanding of the factors that influence the provision and delivery of healthcare to rural communities. |To provide Registered

  7. Course code: KOC15 Credits: 10.0

    9 Dec 2015: To be able to manage operating procedures and compliance requirements for operational roles

  8. Course code: MHSW423 Credits: 3.0

    26 Jun 2012: To describe discrimination and social exclusion, and their impact on consumer/tangata whai ora.

  9. Course code: MUSA640 Credits: 15.0

    31 Jul 2015: To enable the learner to build on the broad spectrum of historical aspects explored in MUSA540 and to increase their understanding of the major figures and influences in jazz from the Bebop era to the present day.

  10. Course code: NZDB435 Credits: 20.0

    9 Dec 2015: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the characteristics, options and operation of small business in the New Zealand context.