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30 March 2020

Which postgraduate health course is right for you?

Advancing your career in health is easier to accomplish than you might think. A single unit of study, professional certificate, graduate certificate or graduate diploma are valuable options to consider if your not ready to commit to a full master's program.
27 March 2020

How to make working from home a positive experience

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant a change in the way we approach work, with many of us facing full-time working from home for the first time in our professional lives. The Prevention Research Collaboration has put together their advice for ensuring your experience working from home is positive.
23 March 2020

How to prevent weight regain

Ever lost weight, only to put it back on…and then some? It’s not a lack of willpower, it’s biology - your body’s physiological responses lead you to put it back on.
19 March 2020

Prestigious grants and prizes awarded

Faculty of Medicine and Health researchers have been awarded a number of grants and prizes, including a prestigious NHMRC award and funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC), NHMRC and Cancer Council NSW.
13 March 2020

World Sleep Day

In honour of World Sleep Day on Friday 13 March, we caught up with two Faculty of Medicine and Health researchers who are challenging conventional wisdom in the field of sleep.
10 March 2020

How to become a nurse

Becoming a registered nurse (RN) is a straightforward process. After completing the HSC, you must study an accredited tertiary degree and then register as an RN through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).
10 March 2020

How to become a doctor

To pursue a career in medicine you need to finish year 12 and graduate from a bachelor’s degree. You then need to complete a four-year postgraduate medical program. To be fully registered, you must also complete an intern year.
03 March 2020

How to become a pharmacist

To become a registered pharmacist in Australia you must complete an accredited university degree in pharmacy, a one-year paid internship and intern training program and then pass the Pharmacy Board's registration examination.
25 February 2020

How to become a dentist

To practise as a dentist in Australia you must complete an accredited university degree in dentistry, be registered with the Dental Board of Australia and meet the standards for re-registration every year.
20 February 2020

eHealth 2020 sets the tone for Sydney’s future as leaders in digital health

Hosted by the University of Sydney's Digital Health and Informatics Network, in partnership with Sydney Health Partners, eHealth@Sydney 2020 brought together over 300 delegates to raise awareness of the benefit and value of digital innovation in health.