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Health Sciences at Curtain University: Jo Crothers

Health Sciences

Public Health

Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy

Nursing and Midwifery

International Health and Health Economics

Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy

Health Sciences Research

 

Curtin University, Division of Health Sciences, is one of the most comprehensive health campuses in the South-East Asian region.  The Health Sciences portfolio includes laboratory-based, clinical, rehabilitation and socio-behavioural health, postgraduate courses.  Recognising that the study needs of students are diverse in our postgraduate courses, the entry criteria, outcomes and modes of delivery are varied to better match student needs, experience and circumstances. Many of our courses are offered through distance education for students who would find attending oncampus classes difficult. Innovative use is made of technologies, both on and off campus, to facilitate access to study by busy professionals and people in other pressing occupations.  Curtin’s Division of Health Sciences is one of the most comprehensive health campuses in the South-East Asian region. 

STUDY AREAS

Biomedical Sciences

Environmental Health

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Food Science, Technology and

Dietetics

Health Administration

Health Counselling

Health Informatics

Health Promotion

Human Communication Science

International Health

Midwifery

Nursing

Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational Therapy

Pharmacy

Physiotherapy

Podiatry

Psychology

Public Health

Health Research

Speech Pathology

PROFESSIONAL MASTERS 

Health Sciences offers a range of professional masters courses to enable health professionals to update their theoretical base and learn advanced practice skills. The courses are generally of three-semester duration full-time. However, they have flexibility to give due credit to work experience so that eligible students may receive their qualifications in less than the usual time. 

Professional Masters 

Advanced Physiotherapy Science

Applied Epidemiology

Biomedical Sciences

Clinical Cytogenetics

Clinical Nursing

- Critical Care

- Emergency

- Neuroscience

- Paediatrics

Clinical Science

- Disability

- Gerontology

- Hand and Upper Limb Rehabilitation

- Mental Health

- Occupational Therapy

Environmental Health

Ergonomics

Food Technology

Forensic Sexology

Health Communication

Health Counselling

Health Economics

 

Health Promotion

Health, Safety and Environment

Health Services Management

Infection Control

Infectious Diseases

International Health

Manipulative Therapy

Midwifery

Nursing in Substance Misuse

Occupational Health and Safety

Occupational Health and Safety

(Mining)

Pharmacy

- Clinical Pharmacy

- Community Pharmacy

Podiatry

Public Health

Rehabilitation

Sexology

Sports Physiotherapy

Transfusion Science

GRADUATE ENTRY MASTERS

The physical therapies at Curtin have developed graduate entry masters programs for graduates from health disciplines who are looking to change their career direction. A major reason for initiating these programs is community demand for more occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech pathologists. The programs are completed in two years full-time study.  Entry to the programs is competitive.  Applications are assessed on past academic achievement and work experience. Bridging assistance may be available where students need assistance with a study area. 

 

Occupational Therapy

Physiotherapy

Science (Speech Pathology)

 

 

Research Degrees

 

Health Sciences offers higher degrees by research either through our schools and departments or throughout our centers. 

 

  • Curtin Centre for Developmental Health
  • Freemason’s Centre for Research into Aged Care Services
  • The Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer Control
  • National Drug Research Institute
  • The Western Australia Biomedical Research Institute
  • Centre for International Health

 

 

 

Higher Degree by Research in Health Sciences – Areas of Specialisation

 

Biomedical Sciences

Bioinformatics

Genetics

Human Biology

Medical Laboratory Sciences

Molecular Biology

Human Communication Science – within the School of Psychology

Nursing

Occupational Therapy

Occupation Science

Pharmacy

Bioethics

Bioinstrumentation

Ergonomics

Functional Rehabilitation

Gerontology

Motor Contol

Neuroscience

Physiotherapy

Podiatry

Sexology

Addiction Studies

Adolescent Mental Health

Applied Behavioural Health Studies

Behaviour Genetics

Bereavement

Child Psychopathology

Clinical Psychology

Community Psychology

Counselling

Cross-Cultural Psychology

Health Psychology

Organisational Psychology

Psycholgoy

Psychometrics

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Environmental Health

Food Science

Health Administration

Health promotion

Nutrition

Occupational Health and Safety

Public Health

Women’s Health

Drug Policy and Prevention

International Health

-Ageing

-Health Economics

-Health Policy

-Infectious Diseases

-Migrants and Refugees Health

Behavioural Research in Cancer Control

 

Curtin University of Technology

Contact:

Jo Crothers

Division of Health Sciences

Curtain University

GPO Box U1987

 Perth WA  6845

 Australia

Phone : 61 8 9266 3970

Fax :     61 8 9266 2608

E Mail:

Website:

www.curtin.edu.au/health/