08 May 2018

Why study pharmaceutical and medical device development?

Our range of Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Development degrees at the University of Sydney will provide you with insights and understanding into the complex and dynamic processes involved in bringing pharmaceutical and medical technology to market.
08 May 2018

5 reasons to study pain management

Chronic pain affects around 20 percent of Australians and costs the community an estimated $34 billion annually. Our program is designed for healthcare professionals will empower you to make a difference in this emerging field.
08 May 2018

International surgeon delivers annual Diana Temple Memorial Lecture

The 9th Annual Diana Temple AM Memorial Lecture was presented by Dr Caprice C. Greenberg, who gave her talk "Sticky floors and glass ceilings" about gender disparity in surgery.
07 May 2018

ANZAN president discusses clinical neurophysiology coursework

Professor Matthew Kiernan, President of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN), discusses the clinical neurophysiology coursework offered at Sydney Medical School.

04 May 2018

Life as an oral health student

Go behind-the-scenes with a Bachelor of Oral Health student, to find out about student life, lectures, career goals and working with teeth at the University of Sydney School of Dentistry.
02 May 2018

Annual nursing awards and scholarships celebration

On Tuesday 1 May, Sydney Nursing School held another succesful awards and scholarships evening.
02 May 2018

I am public health: Renata Ram

Despite being preventable, cervical cancer is the leading cause of women’s death in many developing countries. For women of the Pacific, incidence rates are equally as alarming.
01 May 2018

3 reasons to become a clinical nurse specialist

Are you considering how to take the next step in your nursing career? Here are three reasons you might choose to specialise in a range of fields by undertaking a postgraduate nursing qualification.
01 May 2018

Who is postgraduate nursing for?

Sydney Nursing School offers a range of specialty programs that will help you become a leader in the field you choose to pursue. But who should undertake a postgraduate nursing degree?
01 May 2018

How are postgraduate nursing degrees structured?

Our postgraduate nursing degrees are structured to allow students to fit study into their work and personal commitments. From part-time and full-time options, to online units and on-campus study days, here’s how postgraduate nursing degrees are structured at the University of Sydney.