Master of Aeromedical Retrieval
is an innovative course designed
for healthcare professionals seeking to extend their knowledge of
aeromedical retrieval, and develop foundational research skills.
Developed in partnership with The National Critical Care Trauma
Response Centre, CareFlight (NT) and The Royal Flying Doctor Services
(SA and Central Operations), this is a practical and
industry-relevant course for nurses, midwives, physicians and other
The Master of Aeromedical Retrieval will build on fundamental
principles and your clinical practice, equipping you to provide safe
clinical care in the air in national and international situations.
You will study mostly online and complete on-campus intensives. This
flexible course addresses delivery processes, critical reflection on
aeromedical retrieval practice, and the effects of policy and
politics on health care provision, access and individual agency.
The Master in Aeromedical Retrieval will analyse the essentials of
retrieval from neonatal care to adult care, including obstetrics.
An often-overlooked component of aeromedical retrieval is logistics.
This course is an opportunity to critically reflect on both domestic
and international logistics considerations.
This course, underpinned by cultural safety framework principles of
safety and competence, will expand on your current or recent
experience within the health service. During the course you will
undertake education and assessments that have a direct application to
your current or future professional practice and context.
The course is external with one residential week hosted in Darwin for
two of the core units - HEA581 Essential Skills in Adult and
Obstetric Retrieval and HEA582 Essential Skills in Neonatal and