Rural Urgent Care Nursing Program
The program provides a “one stop shop” for resources, professional development activities, linkages and support to nurses working in Victorian Urgent Care Centres.
The program is relevant to nurses with all levels of experience from any clinical specialty. The program can be tailored individually to every nurse who participates, with the ongoing support of a Clinical Nurse Educator – usually based in your health service region.
The professional development resources will be contextualised in the UCC setting. They are being developed with respect to the varying models of care and are being created in collaboration with nurses working in UCCs, for nurses working in UCCs.
Why would I participate in this program?
Here is a very long list of reasons!
We would love to hear from nurses working in Urgent Care Centres across Victoria.
Expressions of interest are now open, please contact us.
Alfred Health Emergency has been tasked with coordinating this project; however, this is a system and state-wide initiative. Alfred’s role will be to administer and support the resourcing of the program and to aggregate the incredible resources, skills and experience of clinicians across the state of Victoria.