Nursing Registration Process In Australia
What is the new assessment model for IQNMs?In March 2020, the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) replaced the previous bridging program pathway with an Outcomes Based Assessment (OBA) for Internationally Qualified Nurses and Midwives (IQNMs). All the international nurses must go through a series of steps to achieve their nursing registration which includes: – – an online self-check – an orientation program for those who are advised to continue with the assessment process – an outcomes-based assessment (OBA) for those who have obtained a qualification which is relevant but not completely equivalent.
What is the OBA?The Outcomes Based Assessment (OBA) is an assessment for overseas registered nurses where they become eligible to undertake two examinations to attain the nursing registration in Australia. The first exam is the NCLEX-RN and the second is the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination). IQNMs must pass the first stage before moving to the next stage.
What are the steps to begin my registration?The nursing registration pathway in Australia for international nurses involves the following steps.
Are you ready to begin your Self-Check?If YES, CLICK HERE
For More InformationDownload a PDF copy of AHPRA Fact sheet: Transition to a new assessment model for internationally qualified nurses and midwives Visit the Registration standards section of the NMBA website
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