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What types of nursing jobs in Melbourne are available?

As you advance in your nursing career, you will start to understand which specialties you may like to focus on, as well as discover where your passions and skills lie.

By now, you might be at the point where you’d like to refine your practice and dedicate your career to a specific type of nursing. Once you’ve honed your skills and found your nursing passion, you can further develop your skills by working within that speciality through a range of private and public facilities.

If you are a nurse in Melbourne, Australia, you can help fill the void in the following nursing specialties through SwingShift Nurses today! Join now!

Nursing in Melbourne

Women's health and midwifery

Midwives are very important for the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology because they perform routine exams, including periodic prenatal and postnatal checkups.

A midwife’s role is key to providing pregnant women support during pregnancy, through labour and delivery, and postpartum.

Women’s health nurses also have a solid understanding of general health problems, from adolescents to the elderly. They can provide guidance and advice to women on birth control, menopause, and more.


Paediatrics

Paediatric nurses can conduct child welfare reviews on their own, and are often the first medical professional that meet with young patients.

They take the patient's and family's health history and description of symptoms, their onset, and duration.


Aged care and community care

Nursing professionals who have training or experience can diagnose and treat elderly patients in a hospital, nursing home, or physician's office.

They can also design exercise programs and show their patients how to undertake them effectively.


Forensic nurses

Forensic nursing is one of the fastest growing nursing specialties in Melbourne.

The growth is being fuelled in part by the growing number of courses available, while a nurse’s role is expanding to assist victims of crime.


Mental health nurses

Mental health nurses provide care and support for people with a variety of mental illnesses.

They guide patients on how to live with and manage their illness, and to identify when they are at risk where they could harm themselves or others.

    Mental health nurses deal with a wide range of mental health problems, including:
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Self-harm-related illnesses
  • Drug and alcohol problems
  • Personality disorders
  • Schizophrenia

Nursing jobs in Melbourne

Looking for nursing jobs in Melbourne in your dedicated field?

Nurses across all specialties are in high demand!

If you’re a local nurse looking for flexible nursing work, join SwingShift Nurses today.

From general public hospital nursing to forensic nursing, simply register with us and we’ll find the jobs that are right for you!

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