News and events
17 October 2023
How to become an emergency physician
Emergency physicians work in the fast-paced and unpredictable environment of the emergency department, where they must make rapid decisions to address critical medical needs. Their primary focus is on diagnosing and managing a wide range of medical conditions and injuries that require urgent attention.
13 October 2023
Supporting better health for First Nations communities
Our medicine and health researchers share how their work is supporting better health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
10 October 2023
A career driven by a thirst for knowledge and desire to serve
Dr Bill Woods has spent a lifetime caring for others, which began with a Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Sydney.
09 October 2023
Why study child and adolescent health at Sydney
People who work in child and adolescent health focus on the wellbeing and medical care of children and teenagers. They collaborate with families, educators, and other healthcare professionals to ensure that children and adolescents have the best possible start in life and receive appropriate care when they need it.
05 October 2023
Milestone for course designed to improve Indigenous health outcomes
Our unique Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Health Promotion is aimed at improving Indigenous health and wellbeing outcomes using the theory and practice of health promotion.
04 October 2023
New simulation centre to train next generation of dentists
The University of Sydney School of Dentistry bolsters dentistry learning experience with $9.4 million investment in new simulation facilities.
03 October 2023
How to become an anaesthetist
Qualifying as an anaesthetist requires becoming a registered doctor, completing at least two years of residency, and then finishing a five-year combined specialist fellowship training program offered by FANZCA.