The University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) is a research-focused academic unit that supports students gain clinical experience and encourages health care practitioners to live and work in rural Tasmania.
The Faculty of Health Science has a long and well deserved reputation, both within Australia and internationally, for excellence in teaching and research. Each of the Schools pursues innovated teaching techniques and where possible incorporates inter-professional education. The extensive research which is undertaken by academic staff is often undertaken in collaboration with the Menzies Research Institute and Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre.
The Faculty incorporates five academic schools: Human Life Sciences; Medicine; Nursing and Midwifery; Pharmacy and Psychology . Also included in the Faculty are the University Department of Rural Health and the Rural Clinical School, which provides a hub for academic rural health in the State.
The inaugural Tasmanian Health Science HDR Student Conference will be held on July 1st 2013 in the Medical Sciences Precinct.
Degree information sessions touring the mainland
Authorised by the Dean, Health Science
14 May, 2013