The expertise that exists both within and across the schools and centres within the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences at the University of Queensland provides a capability to be not just receptive to these emerging international trends but to provide the research-led teaching and clinical innovations to lead these developments.
It’s the integrated, case management/problem-based learning approach that attracts students and early career researchers to train with teams within the faculty. UQ recognizes that the health system needs to provide integrated care and they utilize inter-professional learning and inter-disciplinary research opportunities to help develop this.
The University's education of future health professionals also fosters an interdisciplinary approach. Student doctors, physiotherapists, dentists, occupational therapists and others, experience working in a cross-disciplinary health care team. As a result, UQ graduates enter the workforce understanding the power of health partnerships.
University of Queensland Postgraduate Health Sciences Degrees
Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise, Health, Counselling)
Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Master of Dietetics Studies
Master of e-Healthcare
Master of Mental Health
Master of Mental Health Nursing
Master of Public Health
-fields of study: Defence, Indigenous Health, Nutrition, Tropical Health, Standard, Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs
Master of International Public Health
Master of Midwifery
Master of Organisational Psychology
Master of Social Work Studies
Master of Sports Coaching
Master of Sports Medicine
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