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27 August 2018

From Physio to Founder and CEO of SportsMed Studio and Hit 100

Karn Ghosh was an award-winning physiotherapy student with an entrepreneurial spirit. Now he’s the founder and CEO of two health-tech start-ups, SportsMed Studio and Hit 100.
21 August 2018

Unexpected career opportunities for pharmacists

We spoke with the Head of School and Dean, a super successful alumnus and a current student to get the lowdown on what a career in pharmacy looks like, some of which is not what you would expect.
17 August 2018

Historic Westmead partnership agreement

The University of Sydney together with Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) and Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN) have signed a historic partnership agreement.
14 August 2018

Học Mãi welcomes 11 Vietnamese medical students as part of exchange program

The exchange program involves clinical elective placements at various University of Sydney clinical schools and develops the students understanding of Australian healthcare system practices.
10 August 2018

How I changed careers and became a speech pathologist

Stuck in jobs they didn’t love, Emma and Natasha made the tough decision to go back to study. Now speech pathologists, they reflect on how they overcame their fears to find meaning in their work.
01 August 2018

5 reasons to study honours in Applied Medical Science at Westmead

Whether you’re looking to open the door to higher degree research or enhance your career prospects, a one-year Applied Medical Science honours degree at Westmead could be the perfect choice for you. Here are 5 reasons why:
01 August 2018

The next big thing in community pharmacy

The Graduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Complementary Medicines has been designed by leading complementary medicines experts to urgently respond to industry needs.
01 August 2018

Why I treat outback towns

Once a month, Dr Jalal Khan (Bachelor of Dentistry, 2012) bids farewell to his North Sydney dental practice and goes bush for a week.
26 July 2018

Solving healthcare problems in priority populations

After a few different careers in retail, insurance and public service, Ashley was looking for a new start where he could make a real impact on people’s lives.
26 July 2018

6 reasons to study public health

Learn the knowledge and skills to effectively plan and manage health programs, prevent illness and promote health and make a positive impact on the health of communities in Australia and around the world.