The University of Melbourne Department of Rural Health held a Public Lecture by Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty.
The Melbourne Medical School is delighted to officially launch a brand new initiative: the Strategic Grants for Outstanding Women. This scheme aims to assist talented female academics to negotiate some of the challenges they face in sustaining and building their careers with a view to facilitating their progression to senior academic positions.
Excellence and equity in Rural Health through education, research and engagement.
The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health are pleased to advise that abstract submissions are now being invited that address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing.
The Melbourne Medical School is a proud supporter of International Women’s Day and in 2019 we have answered the call for #BalanceforBetter through launching an exciting new initiative to support career progression in outstanding academic women.
Healthcare is a complex and rapidly changing environment and the Melbourne Medical School is poised to adapt to these real-world challenges.
The Crossroads project is a 15-year follow-up study designed to understand the prevalence of chronic health conditions in the Goulburn Valley and the impact of access to care.
Learn about Kristen Glenister’s journey from being an industrial chemist to a leading researcher in rural health.
The University will establish the Doctor of Medicine (Rural) with places based predominately in Shepparton. Half of these places will be made available for La Trobe University students enrolling in the Bachelor of Bioscience (Medical) in Bendigo and Albury/Wodonga who meet the rigorous entry criteria. University of Melbourne Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Dean Professor Shitij Kapur said this announcement is a win for rural and regional students and families.
The GV Rural Health Careers Workshop helps students navigate the various pathway options from school through to traineeships, TAFE or University.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - 23 June 2017 - Central Western Daily, Orange NSW
Three medical students go home to study at the Rural Clinical School in Shepparton.
Professor Geoff McColl, Head of the Melbourne Medical School and Professor of Medical Education and Training, has been announced as the new Chair of the Medical School Accreditation Committee (MedSAC) and Director at the Australian Medical Council (AMC) – an independent national standards body for medical education and training.
To improve the health of rural Australians through health educators, research and promotion of rural health careers as “A road best taken."