Nursing and Midwifery

Nurse experiencing theatre during her clinical placement

ACT Health offers a range of Clinical Placement options for nursing (registered and enrolled) and midwifery students.

The nursing and midwifery staff provide comprehensive clinical placement opportunities and excellence in student supervision.

Nursing & Midwifery Student Clinical Placements

ACT Health currently offers clinical student and trainee placements for:

  • Undergraduate students at university or other education institutions
  • Current ACT Health employees completing post graduate/enrolment courses

Placements will be arranged for you by the staff of your education institution.

If you would like a placement with ACT Health, please discuss your placement request with the clinical placements coordinator for your course/program first. The University or other education institutions staff will then contact ACT Health to request a placement.

If you would like a placement with ACT Health, please discuss your placement request with the clinical placements coordinator for your course/program first. The University or other education institutions staff will then contact ACT Health to request a placement.

Current ACT Health employees

ACT Health employees undertaking a student clinical placement in a service/location that is different to their current position, are required to negotiate clinical placement in the same way as described in the previous paragraph.

School work experience students

School work experience students should contact the Work Experience Facilitator on (02) 6244 3418 or by email at scpu@act.gov.au

More information

There is some essential information that students need to know prior to commencing placement within ACT Health. Please use the links below to find out more about our student and trainee clinical placements.

Information for:

Professional advice including careers information:

Exciting employment opportunities:

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Queensland Health, Queensland Government 2005-2007.
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