School of Health Sciences
The School of Health Sciences engages in teaching and research in Complementary Medicine, Nursing and Psychology.
With our strong interdisciplinary approach we are focused on establishing an evidence base for the quality, safety and effectiveness of interventions for the ageing population and those with chronic diseases. Our research findings inform clinical teaching and advance the treatment of patients.
Our goal is the education of well-qualified health practitioners and establishing an evidence base for the quality, safety and effectiveness of health interventions.About
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The School delivers programs that cover a wide range of interest and levels.Our teaching areas
We have set our sights on establishing an evidence base for the quality, safety and effectiveness of interventions for the ageing population and those with chronic diseases.
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Sustainable water project attracts foreign visitors
Members of the Chinese Ministry of Water have visited the RMIT EPC Water Project with the aim of rolling out a similar water saving program under a guaranteed performance model in China.
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Our advanced facilities give you practical training experiences and research opportunities that extend your practice.