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Why you should study Public Health at Curtin

Hello, my names Professor Bruce Maycock. I’m
the head of school of Public Health at Curtin University and I’d like to welcome you to
our school, to the university, and if you are new, to Perth Western Australia. To the
land of the Noongar people. If you’re looking at this video you’re probably
thinking about coming to Curtin University to study Public Health. By choosing to enrol at Curtin you’ve enrolled
in the only school of Public Health in Western Australia. We offer you a unique learning experience.
That will include high quality instruction, skill development and the opportunity to apply
that knowledge in different settings. Through initiatives such as Interprofessional
Education, Global Exchange, Professional Placement, and accredited programs we seek to produce
the best graduates in Australia. We offer undergraduate programs in Food Science,
Health Information Management, Health Promotion, Health Sciences, and Nutrition. Our postgraduate areas of study include our
flag ship higher degree program with PhD, Doctor of Public Health Programs and a Master
of Philosophy. We also have a well acknowledged Master of
Public Health Program. We have graduate certificates, postgraduate diplomas, and masters programs
in dietetics, environmental health, food science, health information management, health policy
and management, health promotion, occupational health and safety, and sexology. The majority of our staff are active researchers,
and are able to bring to you the cutting edge knowledge and experiences that you will require
upon graduation. One of the things that makes this a unique
school of Public Health is that our staff are still active in doing Public Health work. Whether it be creating new and healthier food
products, conducting health and safety assessments, facilitating the development of international
policy or conducting laboratory or clinical trials – our staff are still doing the research
and advocacy that is needed to improve the health of those in our region. It is the experience of the staff that will
make a difference. I really hope to see you soon, at Curtin,
in our school of Public Health.

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