Call for Applicants: Masters in Applied Epidemiology at ANU

The MPhil (Applied Epidemiology) run by the Australian National University (ANU) is a two-year research degree that emphases learning-by-doing. The program teaches scholars epidemiology in the field, through coursework and learning in a field placement, such as a health department. The MPhil (App Epid) is Australia’s only Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) and is part of […]

Applications Now Open: Go Rural

Go Rural is facilitated by Rural Health Workforce Australia (RHWA) in partnership with the national network of not-for-profit Rural Workforce Agencies. Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) offers an exciting opportunity to six university students from across Australia to fly to the Northern Territory (NT) to participate in its 2017 Go Rural program and Pop-Up PHN. […]

Diabetes Pathway Survey for Aboriginal /Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Health Practitioners

The Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) is aiming to help improve the access to and quality of diabetes education for Indigenous Australians. To do this the ADEA is developing a pathway to help determine the needs of the established health workforce in Indigenous communities and to set the standards for the health workforce in Indigenous […]