The University of Newcastle, Australia

Excelling in the education of health science professionals

Working together to educate future health and care workers in a multi-professional environment, our School combines high-impact, translation focused research with strong links to the professions through clinical and community-based experience.

We offer industry recognised study with a strong practical focus across a broad range of health science professions and produce graduates who are empowered, confident and career ready.

Real world experience

A recent graduate from the University’s Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) program, Aaron is working to improve golfer performance using biomechanics.

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1,000+ hours ? of clinical placement
12 ? Medical and Health Sciences areas rated at 'well above world standard'
ERA 5 ? 'well above world standard' for human movement and sports science research

Study health sciences

Our School offers a broad spectrum of learning opportunities in undergraduate, postgraduate and Research Higher Degree programs.

Research

The School of Health Sciences research strives to solve both local and global health problems facing individuals, families and communities.

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A new way to care for pets with cancer

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Oral health program that gives seniors a reason to smile

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Latest news

News • 19 May 2020

Unique Women in STEMM scholarship program supports Early Career Researchers

In a first for an Australian university to help redress some of the systemic biases female academics face, the University of Newcastle has awarded fully-funded PhD candidate scholarships to six Women in STEMM Early Career Researchers.

Professor Clare Collins

News • 10 Oct 2019

Fellowship awarded to nutrition and dietetics leader

University of Newcastle researcher Professor Clare Collins is among 40 new Fellows elected to the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS).

News • 30 Aug 2019

$10 million funding boost for local health researchers

More than $10 million has been awarded to further world-class, solution-based research at the University of Newcastle, Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), and Hunter New England Health in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding.

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