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 teaching areas
The School delivers programs that cover a wide range of interest and levels.Our teaching areas
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
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.
More School newsSHS news
Also in this section
Outstanding researchers awarded Vice-Chancellor’s fellowships
RMIT has announced the latest recipients of its Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships, with 12 outstanding researchers making an impact in fields ranging from sleep disorders to nanotechnology.
A science experience to remember
High school students from all over Victoria kicked off the year by taking part in RMIT’s annual event, The Conoco Phillips Science Experience.
New Vice-Chancellor is ready to listen and learn
The new Vice-Chancellor and President of RMIT University, Martin Bean CBE, has arrived - and his first priority is to listen.